Excerpt from World Inc.

INDEX: R - S
 

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

R

Radical innovation, endnotes/bibliography, 252-253

Rating agencies, purpose, 210-211

Rating-based benchmarking, appeal (increase), 203-204

Ratings, usefulness, 192-193

RCRA. See Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

Real-time data, circulation, 206

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), 56-60

Resource wars, 52

Retirement plans/pension funds, market performance (dependence), 187

Governance and Risk (Dallas), 226

Risk management, 236

Risk premium

attachment, 213

eduction, 56

Risk reduction, mainstreaming, 223-227

Rivkin, Steve, 34

Rouge River Plant, transformation, 89-90

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S

S frontier

focus, 23-26

illustration, 25ƒ

impact, 44-45

placement, 95

Sarbanes-Oxley Act

Enron, impact, 203

impact, 199

Scarlet Letter, The (Hawthorne), 142

Schumacher, E.F. (endnotes/bibliography), 260-261

Shareholders

meetings, global equity culture (impact), 231

resolutions, issues, 220

Shell

lighthouse projects, 63

solar power investment, 63, 128

Shoemaker, Dick, 84

Silbey, Wayne, 213-214

Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition (SVTC), pressure, 177-178

Sisters of innovation, value, 127

Sive, David, 42, 46

Smith, Adam, 37-38

Smith, Mark, 187-189, 195

Social aims, corporate silence, 137

Social changes, value shifts (impact), 125-129

Social concerns, mega-forces, 86-87

Social factors, confluence, 129

Social footprints, company reduction, 127

Social good, reality, 227

Social innovation, benefits, 81-86

Social interests, increase, 191

Social leadership

learning, 113-114

S frontier, relationship, 227-232

Social needs

endnotes/bibliography, 248-251

funnel, 78ƒ

impact, 9-10

Social obligations, 9-10

set, change, 21

Social positioning, 130

Social pressures, increase, 20ƒ, 60

Social problems, addressing, 4-5

Social products, force, 29ƒ, 209

endnotes/bibliography, 275-277

Social reporting, power (case study), 222-223

Social response

advantages, 72

focus, 23-26

increase, 46-47

leader, definition, 114

risks, 81

Social response, investment perspective, 235-239

Social response capitalism, 41

articulation, 22-23

benefits, 54-56

change lever, 6ƒ

defining, 43-46

discussion, 65-66

endnotes/bibliography, 252-258

examples, 241ƒ

failure, 136

product appeal, 57

requirements, 118

result, 47-48

shaping, 51-56

steps, defining, 48ƒ

usage, 35

valuation methods, availability, 218

Social response capitalists

business models/social goals, recognition, 116

power, achievement, 115-116

tolerance, 115

Social response product development (SRPD), 26

benefits, 55-56, 66

capitalism form, 48-50

drivers, 66

embracing, 101

impacts, 99ƒ

theory, 103

Social responsibility

development/call, 46-47

endnotes/bibliography, 276

Social risk, 1710172

Social turmoil, increase, 13-14

Social-environmental movement, emergence, 49

Socially beneficial products, desire, 30-33

Socially Responsible Investment (SRI)

community, growth, 213-214

funds

assets, growth, 236

percentage, 232

Society

change, endnotes/bibliography, 253-254

leadership, impact, 115-116

revolution, 153

Soul of a Business: Managing for Profit
and the Common Good
(Chappell), 122

Southwest Airlines, self-limiting work ethic, 140

Soviet Union, planned economies (failure), 15

Springfield Washington Temperance Society,
Lincoln remarks, 120

SRPD. See Social response product development

Standard & Poor's

breakthroughs, 224

influence/mainstreaming, 223-227

ratings group, 211

risk, focus, 236-237

State Street Global Advisors (SSgA), 217, 218

Stock analysis reports, understanding, 215

Stock market, rise, 195ƒ

Stock valuation models, sectoral blindness, 193-196

Stock value, risk premium attachment, 213

Structural endurance, 107

Sun Microsystems, eco-responsible processors, 243-244

Suncor Energy

equity appreciation, 201ƒ

examination, 197-202

focus, 197-198

indigenous people, sensitivity, 228

risk reduction, 198-200

social leadership, benchmarking, 129-130

stakeholders

attention, 198

performance survey, 200-201

sustainability, importance, 198-199

sustainable value, principles, 197-198

value, achievement, 202

wind power project, investment, 199

Supplier Code of Conduct. See Hewlett-Packard

Sustainable competitive advantage, 236

Sustainable global enterprise, endnotes/bibliography, 256

Sustainable innovation, endnotes/bibliography, 257-258

SUV sales, 91

SVTC. See Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition

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