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|Notes:||"A Tilden Press book."|
|Description:||291 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||1. From Greed to Green --
2. Economics --
3. Enforcement --
4. Empowerment --
5. Education --
6. Efficiency --
7. Excellence --
Afterword: Maintaining Perspective --
Describes the six Es central to the most successful corporate environmental initiatives. Economics, Enforcement, Empowerment, Education, Efficiency and Excellence. He shows that integrating some or all of these factors into everyday decision making can enhance a company's profile, productivity, and profits. Included are portraits of successful environmental programs at dozens of companies that are making a difference, including Ace Hardware, American Airlines, AT & T.
Boeing, Church and Dwight, Dow Chemical, Eastman Kodak, Esprit, B.F. Goodrich, Intel, Lockheed, MCI, Nordstrom, Pacific Gas & Electric, Polaroid, and Xerox. These are among the growing number of companies leading the corporate environmental revolution, whether educating and empowering employees to become waste reducers and pollution watchdogs; leaning on suppliers to create more environmentally sound products and services; working creatively with customers, competitors.
And communities to create win/win solutions to environmental problems; finding new and innovative solutions to polluting and wasteful practices; or bringing ecology into Total Quality Management programs. In addition, The E-Factor describes in understandable terms the key concepts today's managers must understand to tackle tomorrow's environmental challenges, including "green taxes," "smog futures," and other market-oriented approaches to regulation being embraced by.
Governments around the world - including the new administration in Washington.