Excerpt from World Inc.

INDEX: K - P
 

A -C D - G H - J K - P R - S T - W

K

Kiernan, Matthew, 215

Knowledge dependence, 99, 105-108

achievement, 106

development, 108-109

growth, 105-106

Knowledge depth, 99, 101-102

focus, 100

knowledge endurance, usage, 104

Knowledge endurance, 99, 103-105

dilemma, 104-105

Knowledge floors, 99, 102-103

focus, 100

Krum, Stacy, 223

Kugel, 148

Kunstler, Jim, 21

Kyoto Accord, 218

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L

Lagging indicators, 191ƒ

Leaders

development, 111

firm control, 113

growth, path, 121-125

posture, 136-137

power, articulation, 116-118

trust, 8ƒ, 111

endnotes/bibliography, 262-265

value-based moves, 121

Leadership

future, 140-142

moves, change, 121-122

options

framing, 118

problems, 112-113

skills, development (endnotes/bibliography), 262-263

Leading indicators, 191ƒ

Lewis, C.S. (Two Cultures essay), 141

Lincoln, Abraham

deputies, discovery, 121

Gettysburg address, 141

leader, trust, 119-121

Lincoln on Leadership (Phillips), 119

Lovins, Amory, 184

Loy, Frank, 228-230

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M

Macaulay, Lord Thomas Babington (essay/comments), 179-180

MAP. See Microenterprise Acceleration Program

Margin improvement, 55

Market access, creation, 62ƒ

Market behavior, observations, 168-169

Market-dominated minorities, wealth (capture), 171-172

Marketplace pressure, 138-139

Mason, Virginia, 131-132

Maytag, Neptune washing machines, 71

Mazda, technological innovation (opportunities), 93

McCloskey, Deirdre N., 179-180

McCracken, Rachel, 247-248

McDonough, William, 90

McKibben, Bill, 140

Mega global organizations, risk tolerance/social mitigation (determination), 38

Megatrends (Aburdene), 141

Microenterprise Acceleration Program (MAP), 170

Microfinance, usage, 170-171

Minano, Dennis, 93

MNCs. See Multinational corporations

Mok, Al, 200

Money

control, question, 205-208

importance, 209

discussion, 231-232

endnotes/bibliography, 275-277

investment, indicators, 191ƒ

power, 235-239

self-management, impossibility, 207

endnotes/bibliography, 271-275

social values, impact, 220-223

Money management, problems, 183

Multinational corporations (MNCs)

annual sales revenues, 39, 52

control, 4, 38, 52

environmental/socially beneficial products, production, 30-33

knowledge floors, increase, 99-100

opportunities, discovery, 167

role, 113

social obligations, 30

social response force, 230

success, 100

total assets, 38, 52

Mutual cooperation, 127

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N

NASA

endnotes/bibliography, 249-250

innovation, 29-30

National Electronic Product Stewardship (NPESO) initiative, 179

National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), 42

Natural disasters, IT impact, 169

New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) guidelines, 199

Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) batteries, usage, 81

Nissan Sentra Clean Air (CA), 87

Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs)

interaction, 221-222

risks, accounting, 220

NPESO. See National Electronic Product Stewardship

NRDC. See National Resources Defense Council

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O

O'Connor, Anne Marie, 174

sustainable value, optimism, 204-205

OEMs. See Original equipment manufacturers

Oil prices, public scrutiny, 38

Oil viability, 21

Oil wars/depletion, 20ƒ

Okuda, Hiroshi (perspectives), 74-75

Olson, Jim, 91

O'Neill, Paul, 132

Opie, John, 140

Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), product toxicity (responsibility), 178

Orwell, George, 39

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P

Packard, Dave, 146, 153

Paine, Lynn Sharp, 125-129

empirical studies, 126

Paine, Thomas, 22

Pearce, Harry, 88-89

Performance/price/social impact, gap, 43-44

Peters, Tom (endnotes/bibliography), 259

Petulla, Joseph, 140

Phillips, Donald T., 119

Piasecki, Bruce, 237-238

endnotes/bibliography, 248-249

Piazza, Sam, 154

Political factions, competition, 14

Poor population, business impact, 169-170

Poverty penalty, reduction, 168

Power, forms, 13-15

Prahalad, C.K., 167, 169

Press, Jim, 86

Prius. See Toyota

Procter & Gamble, secretiveness (reasons), 59

Products

differentiation, 55

endurance, development, 108-109

environmental/energy impacts, reduction, 163

failure, logic, 65

improvement

change, organization (endnotes/bibliography), 263-265

necessity, 234

innovation, 80ƒ

examples, 241ƒ

long-term viability, 44

stewardship, 175-179

value, social bundling, 55-56

Profit, personal fulcrum, 71

Progress, stagnancy, 28-30

Public expectations, increase, 32-33

Publicly traded ownership interest, 189-190

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