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Triple Bottom Line
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...BOTTOM LINE Affiliation: Triple Bottom Line Triple bottom line is an accounting framework with three major components of performance that include social, environmental and financial (Slaper and Hall 2011). These components also assume three divisions that include people, planet, and profit. In an organization, these components are crucial for the sustainability of the organization. The components have a linkage, and an organization has to consider them for their business to thrive (Savitz and Weber 2012). The people component involves the benefits people or the community near the location of the organization. The organization should influence the community positively and not impact... and...
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The Triple Bottom Line
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...BOTTOM LINE Lecturer: THE TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE The core essence of the triple bottom line (TBL) is to measure an organization’s overall performance by incorporating financial health, environmental sustainability, and furtherance of social justice (Shrivastava & Berger, 2010). From this definition alone, it is possible to notice that any organization that implements TBL would be one that focuses on overall growth rather than looking only at financial profitability. This was the exact way in which the implementation of TBL in my previous organization would have affected performance. This is because currently, all the focus of the organization w, which is a financial service provider... of skills...
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Triple Bottom Line
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...BOTTOM LINE By Location Introduction The traditional business accounting frameworks define a bottom line as the figure of net profit or loss recorded at the end of a statement of an organisation’s financial activities in terms of expenditure and revenue. Over the years, advocates of social justice as well as environmentalists endeavoured to have a broader definition of this aspect through the incorporation of full cost accounting. The aim was to incorporate the environmental and social impacts of the organisational activities in the calculation of bottom lines. The result was the development of the triple bottom line. The triple bottom line abbreviated (TBL) is a framework of accounting... THE TRIPLE...
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Triple bottom line (TBL)
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...bottom line (TBL) XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. Organization profile 3. Investigation methods 3.1.1. Method for literature review (part 1) 3.1.2. Method for the fieldwork (part 2) 3.1.3. Method for delivering part 3 4. Discussion findings 5. Literature review (part 1) 6. Chosen company CSR activities (part 2) 7. Evaluation of Relevance of CSR for company (part 3) 8. Conclusions 9. References 10. Appendix Introduction Triple bottom line and corporate social responsibility go hand in hand. Over the years, corporate social responsibility has been developing, in its initial stage, it involved only... of...
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Triple Bottom Line Approach
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...Bottom Line approach in the events industry: A case study of Pamplola Bull-running Fiesta Contents The implications of the use of the Triple Bottom Line approach in the events industry: A case study of Pamplola Bull-running Fiesta 1 1 Contents 2 Introduction 3 The Event 4 Stakeholders 6 Impact of event 7 Link between stakeholders and impacts 9 Conclusion 10 Reference 12 Introduction The 21st century challenges the businesses to fundamentally change the way the businesses operates. With upcoming issues such as depletion of the natural resources, climate changes and also energy crises have hit the organisation and have demanded that attention should be paid... ? The implications of the use of the Triple...
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The Triple Bottom Line
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...Bottom Line: What Is It and How Does It Work? Introduction The article, ‘The Triple Bottom Line: What Is It and How Does It Work?’ written by Timothy F. Slaper and Tanya J. Hall highlights the importance of sustainable development. The authors argue that while sustainability has often been cited as one of the primary goals for organizations, measuring it still remains a challenge. The authors draw the attention of the reader toward the ‘Triple Bottom Line’ (TBL) approach, also referred to as the 3Ps approach, put forth by John Elkington in the mid-1990s. The paper is a rich source of information on the TBL accounting framework which takes into consideration the economic (profit... There...
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Saving the Environment and the Bottom Line
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...Bottom Line Question 1a The current usage per person stands at 300 gallons per day. The aim of the proposal will be to ensure a reduction in gallons per person. The proposal will to ensure a 20 to 25 percent reduction. To reduce the usage per person, the management needs to restructure their water system. The taps need to be replaced and a 1.8 gallon per minute showerhead placed on the shower. The current showerhead stands at 3.4 gallons per minute. The rooms toilets needs to adopt a system that allows a 1.7 gallon per usage. Faulty taps needs to be replaced to reduce the waste as a result of dripping taps. The labor usage in replacement should be sourced internally... Saving the Environment and the...
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Global Company and Diversity and the Bottom Line
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...Bottom Line Diversity in Organizations An Examination of Conceptual Perspectives This essay is written primarily to evaluate theories and concepts surrounding diversity in organizations in terms of its effect or contribution to the corporate bottom line. Specifically, this paper aims to answer the following questions: (1) what specific aspects make an organization diverse? (2) What value does a diverse, versus a homogenous, organizational culture have to the bottom line? (3) What value does a diverse workforce offer individual workers? And finally, (4) what organizational policies and procedures need to be in place to create and support a diverse workforce... to successfully manage in diverse...
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Do the Training & Development initiatives impact the bottom line
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...bottom line? The discipline of organizational psychology deals with the research and practice of developing effective organizations of all kinds. Organizational psychology can help organizations efficient, effective, sustainable organizations with engaged and productive employees. The principle of organizational psychology suggests it would help in identification of the training and development of people in different types of organizations. Organizations have been conducting training programs and even assessing the training needs of the learners. Organizations recognize that L&D impacts the organizational performance positively, this is only... ? Do the Training & Development initiatives impact the...
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Terrorisim The Bottom Line by Nathan I. Yungher
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...Bottom Line Terrorism is not a new phenomenon in the world and refers to a tactic, a justified reaction to oppression, a strategy, a crime, an inexcusable abomination, or a holy duty. Indeed the definition of terrorism depends on the religion, position, culture, and beliefs of the person defining it (Yungher, 2007). The United States Department of Defense defines terrorism as a calculated use of unlawful violence or threat to instigate fear, coercion intimidation to governments or societies with an aim of achieving political, religious, or ideological goals. Terrorists’ organizations are secretive in nature and small size hence difficult to defend against them or deter their attacks... ?Terrorism the...
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An Appraisal of the Triple Bottom Line Approach: Case Analysis of the Glastonbury Festival
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...BOTTOM LINE APPROACH: CASE ANALYSIS OF THE GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL Executive Summary For a business, an organization, an event or an activity to continue its existence, a variety of factors should be taken into consideration by the organizers or by the management. One of the prominent schemes that most companies and evaluating organizations employ is the Triple Bottom Line Approach or the TBL Approach. This approach utilizes three eminent aspects namely, the social, environmental and economic elements. The Triple Bottom Line or TBL Approach endeavors to achieve persistent sustainability of a business or an event. It entails the evaluating body to appraise an event... or a business in view of the...
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Implication Of The Use Of The Triple Bottom Line Approach In The Events Industry
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...Bottom Line Approach in the Events Industry The Triple Bottom Line Approach All over the world, businesses are judged based on how well they are doing in terms of the profits and revenue they are able to generate for themselves and their stakeholders. In due course of time, it was pointed out that just judging an organization based on the profits made was not enough. An organization needed to put some effort into keeping the people associated with it happy and also needed to give back to the planet. This would be the proper judge of an organization’s success. This led to the formation of the Triple Bottom Line Approach. The Triple Bottom Line Approach is also... ?Implication of the use of the Triple...
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Explain the importance of training and the bottom line and how its effect on turnover
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...BOTTOM LINE AND HOW ITS EFFECT ON TURNOVER In global perspective, retention of employees is considered as one of the most important elements of human resource management. Many firms are judged on the basis of their rate of turnover. The turnover rate influences the organization’s performance. Therefore, organizations focus a lot on retaining employees. The turnover of employees also reflects how the firm treats and values the human resource (Abbasi, & Hollman, 2000). So, if the firm has higher turnover, it makes difficult for a firm to hire new and quality employees. If the organization has low turnover then this means that the organization has been successful... some wants and expectations...
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Critically assess the sustainability policy of a leisure/events business and create linkages to the Triple-Bottom-Line theory
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...Bottom Line Approach ‘Organise This Limited’ strictly believes in the synchronization of individuals’ globe and earnings. The company continually struggle to motivate as well as sanction the talent to incorporate values of Corporate Social Responsibility in their everyday work for clientele. It is company’s vision that by 2013, it will apply triple bottom line reporting for every clientele plan as well as for business’s reporting... SUSTAINABILITY POLICY Table of Contents Introduction Particularly, ‘Organise This Limited’ was launched in 2004 as an event management business determined to arrange events in an environmentally pleasant manner. The company started by providing services to customers where...
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Critically evaluate the management of sustainability at Barclays through the triple bottom line, and critically comment on the c
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...bottom line Salzman et al. (2005, p. 28) stated “The theoretical studies are based on frameworks that aim to explain the nature of the relationship between financial performance (FP) on the one hand and environmental (EP) or social performance (SP) on the other.” Elkington (2004, p 3) focused “corporations not just on the economic value that they add, but also on the environmental and social value that they add – or destroy”. The important elements environment, economy and society are brought into the framework. The shift is from “expansion to conservation... ?Management Sustainability at Barclays & CSR Policies Introduction Barclays Plc is one of the very old and leading multinational banking companies...
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The implications of the use of the Triple Bottom Line approach in the events industry: A case study of Edinburgh Festival
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...Bottom Line approach Table of Contents Key concept of Triple Bottom Line approach 3 Advantages of TBL approach 5 Limitation of TBL approach 5 Application of Triple Bottom Line in event industry 6 Case study of Edinburgh Festival 7 Area need to be improved 9 Reference 11 Bibliography 13 Introduction In the contemporary business environment, companies should not just focus on financial benefit and growth in the profit margins. Though the main aim of a business should be maximisation of investor’s wealth, but solely relying on this aspect cannot help to gain sustainable growth in the long term. Therefore, companies should take into account both social... and environmental issues along with the...
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Using examples from the hospitality industry outline the triple bottom line concept of sustainable development and discuss the contradictions that are present in this model
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...Bottom Line Concept” for Sustainable Development in the Hospitality Industry The triple bottom line concept has a social responsibility, environmental awareness and economic viability as the pillars. This concept, now known as 3Ps (people, planet and profit), was introduced by John Elkington in his book Cannibal with Forks (1998). These pillars form part of the social responsibility for hotels and resorts in the tourism industry. From this exercise, both the resort and the community benefit, this process can be expensive for firms and some opt not to take up some of the pillars especially the social responsibility since it is not one of their legal requirements. Sustainable development means...
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The implications of the use of the Triple Bottom Line approach in the events industry: A case study of Pamplola Bull-running Fiesta
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...Bottom Line approach in the events industry: A case study of Pamplola Bull-running Fiesta Contents The implications of the use of the Triple Bottom Line approach in the events industry: A case study of Pamplola Bull-running Fiesta 1 1 Contents 2 Introduction 3 The Event 4 Stakeholders 6 Impact of event 7 Link between stakeholders and impacts 9 Conclusion 10 Reference 12 Introduction The 21st century challenges the businesses to fundamentally change the way the businesses operates. With upcoming issues such as depletion of the natural resources, climate changes and also energy crises have hit the organisation and have demanded that attention should be paid... The implications of the use of the Triple...
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Saving the Environment and the Bottom Line
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...Individual Assignment Gallon usage per occupied room There are many ways to reduce water usage. Hotel managers should consider changing the in room toilets, faucets and also showerheads. There are also some other actions that hotel managers can do. For example, the following flier can be placed in the bathroom right next to the faucet: “By turning off the tap while brushing your teeth or shaving, a person can save more than 200 gallons of water per month.” Alternatively, you can also use towels to wipe your hands. By doing these kinds of things, hotels could save thousands and even millions of dollars. Hotel managers should also look for a water sense label by purchasing the items because... Assignment ...
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Write a critical analysis of the literature on the Triple Bottom Line (TBL), which are key aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), a business framework that incorporates, sustainability, environmental and economic issues
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...bottom line (TBL) XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Triple bottom line structure has become famous in financial institutions and industries. Most companies seek to integrate sustainability into their business world. Organizational success is not only measured by checking the financial bottom line but also by its social and environmental responsibility. Triple bottom line is used to measure the economic, environmental and social aspects that a firm has to embrace to be considered socially responsible (Slaper & Hall, 2012, 1). Therefore, triple bottom line is a tool used to report business activities basing on its economic, social... and...
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The integration of supply chain activities in an organisation always has a significant impact on the bottom-line performance of a manufacturing organization
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...Supply Chain Management Integration Introduction Supply chain management is the integration and management of supply chain activities through cooperative organizational relationships, effective business process, and high levels of information sharing (Wisner et al, 2009). On the other hand, the term integration is defined as the process of incorporating or bringing together different groups for the sole purpose of working jointly in executing a common business related assignment or purpose (Wisner et al, 2009). Indeed, supply chain is one of the most vital factors that set the pace for the company’s journey to desired success. In today’s business climate, adaptability and agility... Chain Management...
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Welfare state will have their benefits and challenges. The bottom line is to create a system that will have good health outcome and economic growth since there is no such thing as complete decomodification. Argue for or against
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...Health sciences and medicine Twentieth century has encountered massive developments and transformation. Globalization is one such massive development and the other is the obligation of the nation states in providing their people a certain minimum level of well being (Camdessus, 1998). The concept of welfare state benefitting the population as a whole is not executed in an unbiased fashion. In health care and in different spheres of the economy there is inequality in the distribution of essential commodities to the people (Camdessus, 1998). But it is also a fact that complete deco modification is not possible as it will break down the laws of economics. But we, the common people have... sciences and...
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...BOTTOM LINE By + State Balancing the Responsibilities of the Organization: The Triple Bottom Line The principles of ethics have had to provide the basics for different modern concepts for business, work, and organizations, in which case it broadens the corporate and individual priorities beyond the normal business aims of profits and the enrichment of shareholders. The factors of ethics also play significant influence on institutions and organizations, in which case the usual priorities of cost management and service quality takes into account the ethical considerations that influence the corporate and the commercial worlds... . As such, the modern concepts that involve ethics in organizations...
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Article # 6 (due 10-26)
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...Bottom-Line Financial Results al affiliation Healthcare Bottom-Line Financial Results According to the study work of Chris (2012) 60 percent of health care providers lose an enormous amount of their finances during the provision of patient care. According to the research, there is further evidence that the health care providers experience immense losses resulting from registration errors. Registration errors arise during the initial registration process when patients arrive at the health care centers. The patients fail to provide their identification details and insurance-plan codes. This leads to difficulties for the finance department in making a trace on what person received certain... Healthcare...
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...LINE BOTTOM METHOD OF MANAGEMENT Analysis of triple line bottom method of management Introduction John Ellington first explained the concept of triple bottom line in his book “The cannibals with forks” (Kaplan, 2004). This bottom line continues to measure profits; it also measures the organisations impact on the people and on the planet. It can be referred as a way of expressing a company impact and sustainability on a local and a global scale. The major concept behind triple bottom line is that companies are responsible to stakeholders. This includes individuals who are directly or indirectly connected to the company. The company is also responsible to the planet that we... are living in....
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...LINE BOTTOM METHOD OF MANAGEMENT Analysis of triple line bottom method of management Introduction John Ellington first explained the concept of triple bottom line in his book “The cannibals with forks” (Kaplan, 2004). This bottom line continues to measure profits; it also measures the organisations impact on the people and on the planet. It can be referred as a way of expressing a company impact and sustainability on a local and a global scale. The major concept behind triple bottom line is that companies are responsible to stakeholders. This includes individuals who are directly or indirectly connected to the company. The company is also responsible to the planet that we... ? ANALYSIS OF TRIPLE LINE...
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Strategic management
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...BOTTOM LINE By Location Triple bottom line Introduction Most business organizations often have sustainability as one of their goals. However, it is always not an easy task to measure the extent to which a business organization is sustainable. One of the ways through which sustainability is measured is triple bottom line. Triple Bottom Line is an accounting framework that goes beyond just measuring returns on investments, profits, and shareholder value. This framework includes the social and environmental dimensions. This tool can be effective in supporting sustainability goals through focusing on the business performancedimensions of profits, the planet, and people. This tool has proved... TRIPLE BOTTOM...
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Corporate Social responsibility assignment
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...Bottom Line and Corporate Entities of Your Introduction The Triple Bottom Line is a system through which acorporate entity attains sustainable economic development and environmental protection whilst encouraging socially responsible business values (Azapagic, 2012). This research will undertake an in-depth research into the concept of Triple Bottom Line and describe and discuss how it is practiced. The study will include a critical evaluation of two companies listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. It will commence by examining corporate social responsibility and its inclusion in business affairs and reporting structures. Triple Bottom Line Triple bottom line is a system that operates... ? Triple Bottom ...
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...Bottom Line Elkington developed the Triple Bottom Line in 1994. The objective of developing the TBL was to provide a base for evaluating company performance and accountability. The TBL comprises of three parts, which are financial, environmental and social factors. The 3P (people, planet, profit) concept arose from the TBL and emphasizes on the necessity of ensuring people’s activities meant for profit-making guarantee planet sustainability (Henriques 22). SunChips is one of the fast growing brands popular for their strict adherence to the TBL concept. The TBL is directly applicable to the company’s overall strategy of achieving financial success while providing shareholder value... The Triple Bottom...
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Case 8
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...bottom line? It has been a common perception since decades that 'greening' affects company's bottom line; however, Scott Ladd argues that it is not factually correct. Michael Muyot, the president of CRD Analytics, emphasize that eco-friendly businesses are growing in spite many of them showing their concerns on its cost. Green revolution has begun and more and more firms now think about green practices in their production processes, supply chains related tasks moving beyond the small efforts of reducing energy bills, water consumption or saving paper as a gesture showing respect toward environment... . The perception that greening affects bottom line has begun...
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Case 8
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...bottom line? It has been a common perception since decades that greening affects companys bottom line; however, Scott Ladd argues that it is not factually correct. Michael Muyot, the president of CRD Analytics, emphasize that eco-friendly businesses are growing in spite many of them showing their concerns on its cost. Green revolution has begun and more and more firms now think about green practices in their production processes, supply chains related tasks moving beyond the small efforts of reducing energy bills, water consumption or saving paper as a gesture showing respect toward environment... Case 8 “EXECUTIVE SUMMARY” Corporate ‘Greening Good for the Soul,but is it good for the bottom...
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Sustainable Event Management
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...bottom line……………………………………………………..3 Literature review…………………………………………………………….. 4 Triple Bottom Line Theory………………………………………….. 4 Criticism of TBL……………………………………………………. 5 Seventeen’s sustainability policy……………………………………………. 6 TBL applied to Seventeen sustainability policy…………………….. 6 Gaps, weakness and shortcoming…………………………………… 9 Conclusion……………………………………………………………………9 Recommendations…………………………………………………………… 10 References…………………………………………………………………… 11 Introduction The concern about sustainability has being raised due to the new agenda for social, environmental... events for a number of consumers and is an expert in managing table plans as well. Being proud of its sustainable approach, the company goes...
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PROPOSAL FOR A DOUBLE-LINE VENTURE
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...line venture. Despite the numerous risks and potential challenges, the business venture will continue to capture the imagination of nonprofits and funders alike. The essay primarily focuses on a proposal for double-line venture. Keywords: Entrepreneurship, business venture, social enterprise, for-profit venture, nonprofit enterprise, double-line, second bottom line, social causes, track record, social responsibility TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………4 Context for assessing... PROPOSAL FOR A DOUBLE-LINE VENTURE Entrepreneurship is one of the promoters of the global economic development. Irrespective of limitations of opportunities and resources, most of the entrepreneurs...
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International Strategic Management
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...Bottom Line (TBL) In the contemporary times, organizations have to take a broader perspective and view theirimpacts on the world surrounding them. In that direction, an organization needs to put optimal efforts to keep the people associated with it in a happy state and at the same time need to give back something positive to the planet. This need to care for the interests of the people and environment brings into the focus the concept of sustainability. Sustainability refers to the developmental activities which are carried out even while safeguarding and developing social as well as environmental aspects of current times and future as well. So, it is evident... Evaluation of the concept of the Triple...
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...Bottom Line Table of Contents Introduction 3 Discussion 4 People or vibrant societies 5 Profit or resilient profitability 5 Planet or strong environment 6 Recommendations 11 Conclusion 13 References 14 Introduction In the era of globalization and technological advancement, the challenges of sustainability are getting thresholds of prominence to the external stakeholders, customers and long-term approaches of companies. Researchers reveal that the executive of sustainability in organization can help to secure lasting competitiveness and benefit business to develop competitive lead. There is a rapid upsurge of increased demand of energy, land, food, additional resources and water. Furthermore... Triple...
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Resource Management
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...Bottom Line 8 People 8 Planet 9 Profit 10 Economic implications of triple bottom line Concept 10 Social implications of triple bottom line Concept 10 Environmental implications of triple bottom line Concept 10 Advantages of Triple Bottom Line Concept 11 Sustainability, technology and globalization 12 Sustainability 12 Sustainability and Information Technology 15 Globalization and Sustainability (An example of the Coffee Industry) 15 Conclusion 17 References 19 Bibliography 21 Introduction Globalization is defined as a continuous process of integration of different economies... Resource Management Table of Contents Resource Management Table of Contents 2 Introduction 4 Literature review 5 Triple Bottom...
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Framework of ethics
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...Bottom Line. These apply differently, as they comprise different components. This essay focuses on the Six Sigma model and Triple Bottom Line model, and how a company can use these to enhance ethics and business performance. The triple bottom line model incorporates three spheres of performance; including financial, social, and environmental performance (Slaper & Hall, n.d). Therefore, a company focuses on its profits, environmental sustainability, and protection of future generations. The bottom line model can help boost company performance, and help in ethical decision-making. It is the role of the relevant managers in the company... ? Framework of Ethics 17th, June Business organizations affect lives...
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Article Critique - Cluster Analysis Examination of Serial Killer Profiling Categories: A Bottom-Up Approach
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...bottom line. However, there is a need to understand the actual nature of the crime in order to have important clues or leads on how to actually respond and solve it. It is the elemental task of the FBI or other related authorities to stop or hinder the implementation of crime, and so the need for more scientific evidence on the right approach to do is a critical consideration to play the maximum role in the investigation. For this matter, the study therefore... Article Critique – Cluster Analysis Examination of Serial Killer Profiling Categories: A Bottom-Up Approach I. Introduction The work at hand is an article critique on the research study “Cluster Analysis Examination of Serial Killer Profiling...
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Article Critique - Cluster Analysis Examination of Serial Killer Profiling Categories: A Bottom-Up Approach
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...bottom line. However, there is a need to understand the actual nature of the crime in order to have important clues or leads on how to actually respond and solve it. It is the elemental task of the FBI or other related authorities to stop or hinder the implementation of crime, and so the need for more scientific evidence on the right approach to do is a critical consideration to play the maximum role in the investigation. For this matter, the study therefore... Article Critique – Cluster Analysis Examination of Serial Killer Profiling Categories: A Bottom-Up Approach I. Introduction The work at hand is an article critique on the research study “Cluster Analysis Examination of Serial Killer Profiling Cat...
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Study guide for an exam
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...bottom-line Triple bottom-line is a concept of accounting, which argues that firms should look at various issues when accounting for the total cost of doing business. Three bottom-lines involve the following: - Profits This is the traditional bottom-line, which every business seeks. Every business seeks to make profits as a result of their operations... Sustainability and Development Section Question The planet is currently being overburdened by human consumption. This probably happens due to the fact that most people, and most societies have not been sensitized enough to be able to start living in a sustainable manner. At the current rate, which the Earth’s resources are being used at, the planet will...
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Bristol 2015 Green Capital of Europe, impact report
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...Bottom Line 3 Key aspects of corporate social responsibility ona business framework that incorporates social, environmental, and economic issues 4 Part 2 6 Research study on McDonald’s Restaurant in the City of Bristol 6 Part 3 7 Benefits sought and achieved from the evidence gathered at McDonald’s restaurant 7 References 8 Archer, D. 2011. Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast (2nd edition). New York, US: Wiley Publishers 8 Cohen, N. 2011. Green Cities: An A-to-Z Guide. Hoboken, New Jersey: Sage Publications 9 McKibben, B. 2012. The Global Warming Reader: A Century of Writing About Climate Change. London, UK: Penguin... Bristol Green Capital of Europe Table of Contents Introduction 2 Part 3 Triple...
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Bristol 2015 Green Capital of Europe, impact report
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...Bottom Line 3 Key aspects of corporate social responsibility on a business framework that incorporates social, environmental, and economic issues 4 Part 2 6 Research study on McDonald’s Restaurant in the City of Bristol 6 Part 3 7 Benefits sought and achieved from the evidence gathered at McDonald’s restaurant 7 References 8 Archer, D. 2011. Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast (2nd edition). New York, US: Wiley Publishers 8 Cohen, N. 2011. Green Cities: An A-to-Z Guide. Hoboken, New Jersey: Sage Publications 9 McKibben, B. 2012. The Global Warming Reader: A Century of Writing About Climate Change. London, UK... ? Bristol Green Capital of Europe Table of Contents Introduction 2 Part 3 Triple Bottom ...
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Critical analysis
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...bottom line (TBL) is not evaluated by the conventional financial bottom line alone, but also based on its social and environmental impact. Importance is not only given to economic... Critical analysis The balanced scorecard is a strategic development and administration system that is used widely in business and industry, government, and nonprofit institutions globally to support business activities to the revelation and strategy of the organization, advance internal and external communications, and examine organization performance aligned with strategic aims. It was introduced by Drs. Robert Kaplan and David Norton as a performance measurement structure that added strategic non-financial performance...
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Investments in Information Technology
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...bottom line. The failure of IT investments to generate the expected competitive advantage is due to the corresponding level of business process maturity. Heinrich... Investments in Information Technology The technological revolution brought about many developments in the business arena. The use of information technology (IT) in aiding the decision making process of an organization became prevalent as it is seen as an efficient competitive advantage. However, the efficacy of IT as a business investment has been attacked by skepticism as more and more companies do not attain the expected benefits. What companies do not consider is the significant chain which links IT strategy, supply chain, and company...
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Discussion Question 1 Week 10
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...bottom line company that Comet is known for. Moreover, this would mean a loss of ownership and control for Salfi, its co-founder, considering that the business is very valuable to him. References Case 17.3 - Comet Skateboards rides the triple bottom line. Chapter 17 - Financial management.... Question Week 10 Discussion Question Week 10 If one agrees to accept the offer of the venture capitalist, the financial woes of the company will be solved but it would mean a loss of control for the business. This means that the venture capitalist will have a say in major decisions of the company. The venture capitalist however, can provide professional management consulting advice to the company (Chapter 17 -...
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Journal 6
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...bottom line is a chapter that encourages perfection. The author states that an individual should draw a bottom line for him/herself. Trust your stuff is another chapter that encourages to trust on what they do. The author’s main message is that athletes should always trust their activities. The guest speaker is known as Tyson Gay who is a well-known athlete. The questions include, what are the key challenges facing you as a professional athlete? What is your pre-game outline? Do you have set goals? What strategies do you use cool your mind down? What keeps you going even after facing challenges? (Mack and Casstevens)....
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Essay exam
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...bottom line? With what important concept is it associated? Be sure to describe each of the three parts... ?[Your full full July 08, Section Answer No In my view, environmental sustainability is the formation of perfect balance between diverse plant and animal life, as well as between human consumption and natural resources. If the hydrological cycles continue to run without any disruption while supporting profuse biological diversity, it means that environmental sustainability is prevailing successfully. “Environmental science is applied to both the proactive and restorative aspects of environmental sustainability” (Fletcher n.p.). I think we are really exceeding our natural resources, which is also...
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The Roles of HR Managers versus Line Managers
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...line management. It might be best to highlight line management from the bottom line perspective, as organisational goals are often built around aspects such as sustaining competitive advantage and increasing the firms profitability. With this in mind, the role of line manager would not befit one of building employee motivation and nurturing the more emotional needs of employees, but simply to ensure adherence to managerial policies. However, Ramsey et al (2000 cited in CLMS, M2, U3: 4) offer that modern organisations often take a very different approach to management where fostering employee... Critical examination of the roles of HR Managers versus line managers in the light of different models of...
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Industry Placement
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...bottom line reporting 6 Managing the Change Effectively 6 Effective communication 8 Conclusion and recommendation 8 Bibliography 10 BACKGROUND and overview OF THE ORGANIZATION Toys R Us is an international retail company that is involved in the redistribution of an array of toys and electronics spreading across... Running Heading: Industry Placement Industry Placement Contents Contents 2 BACKGROUND and overview OF THE ORGANIZATION 3 Analysis of leadership in the organization 3 CULTURE WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION 4 problems and CHALLENGES THE ORGANIZATION might face 4 actions to MANAGe these challenges and problems 5 Leadership style and motivation of employees 5 Reporting to department 5 Triple b...
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The Sustainability of Seafood Farms
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...Bottom Line approach (Weber and Savits, 2006). The Triple Bottom Line also known as TBL or 3BL has, in fishing, has captured and expanded criteria and values for measuring the success of any organization economically, environmentally, and socially. The goal of sustainability and the triple bottom line are usually described by People, Planet, and Profit. Economic and social factors have greatly been boosted by fish farming... ? THE SUSTAINABILITY OF SEAFOOD FARMS Sustainability is a term referring to the venerable viability of a society’s established communal practices and social institutions (Dunphy, 2000). The contemporary environmental association has been credited for raising the idea of...
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