Using Table 1.1, "The nine principles of sustainability performance," in the attached PDF, write an analysis of Wal-Mart in regard to these nine principles.
The information needs to be original content, formatted with APA and references.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 4:54 am ad1c9bdddf
Wal-Mart: Corporate Sustainability
Ethics: The organization believes in three basic beliefs, which give an idea of the company's ethics. These are:
- Respect for individual
- Service to the customer
- Striving for Excellence
Wal-Mart constantly makes efforts to promote company's ethical culture to all stakeholders globally. The company has a statement of ethics which serves as a guide for all associates to make ethical decisions every day.
Governance: Wal-Mart's corporate governance has been, since early years of its inception, focused on enhancing the oversight of its leadership and facilitating management development. The board is committed to corporate governance processes that ensure a balance between proper oversight and the appropriate level of control. These processes are continuously reviewed and company's culture is reflected in this corporate governance structure.
Transparency: The fact that there is an increased desire among consumers to know about the product's entire lifecycle, Walmart has developed a sustainability index. Through this practice, the company is creating a more ...
The nine principles of corporate sustainability performance is examined.
Environmental Protection Agency: Performance Tracking
Consider the nine principles of sustainability and the corporate sustainability model described in Chapter 1 (as well as in Figure 7.1). Think about the workplace (EPA) you have been describing in the previous discussions. Imagine that you are formulating a sustainability strategy for that organization, which would of course be aligned with the organizational mission and goals.
• Pick three of the sustainability principles that you would like to see measurable improvement in.
• What outcomes would you be working towards?
• For each outcome, identify specific measurable leading indicators and specific measurable lagging indicators that you feel would accurately monitor whether or not improvements were being made in those areas. Identify which indicators are leading and which are lagging.
Note: You can't measure and report about everything, so be discerning. Explain your rationale. Feel free to focus your work on a specific subset of the organization.