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Responsibility in Organizations.

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Social Responsibility in Organizations Darren Mills I.D: MIDAD 41 MME 101 CSUBS Lecturer : Christopher Nortis Assignment 1 Due: Friday 30th July Executive Summary This report is to asses the development of social responsibility and elaborate the types of strategies that are needed by organisation. when working towards the continuing the survival of human society we must start to look for knew ideas to, the below report is to discuss the accompanying process, by which organisations are faced when adapting to social responsibility and new business strategic planning. The report further explains three negative and three positive elements of organisation becoming more socially responsible. The report concludes with recommendation and implementation from the alternative solutions. Table of Contents Executive Summary 2 1.0 INTRODUCTION 3 1.1 The Case Study 3 2.0 Body of Analysis 4 2.1 Improving life on Earth 5 2. 2 Saving Our Resources 5 2.3 New Technology - New Market 5 2.4 Responsibilities to share holders 6 3.0 Money Issues 6 3.1 Effecting Organisations Profits 6 3.2 Purchasing Habits of The Consumer 6 3.3 Goverments 6 4.0 Alternative solutions 6 5.0 Recommendation and Implementation 7 Bibliography 8 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 The Case Study * Though the Given account focuses on the ...read more.

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* Manufacturing Organisation are faced with the challenge in regards to adapting to new innervations to economic social responsibility, organisations are afraid of the future and seem stuck in the past. When considering social responsibility with in organisations, there are to contrasting messages, to be considered. 2.1 Improving life on Earth The impact on our environment and natural capital (Tree air and water) can be conserved by the way that an organisation set about Strategic planning to there business essentials. Essentially most Manufacturing concepts are to improve the needs and wants of Humans. So the need to preserve the environment that we live in, becomes a benefit to organisations to be social responsible to manufacturing of producing goods. The need for a company to have sound eco priciple would show they are socially responsible, which in return would be of benefit to our natural Environment. ("No Laughing Matter towards a Sustainable Future") 1991 2. 2 Saving Our Resources The use of (ZERI) innervations and their products would be considered socially responsible, given that the benefits of their products manufacturing systems to allow utilities that go to waste, As a environmental business leader, Gunter believes that these action will help world organisations become more socially sustainable towards environmental resources and the (UN) ...read more.

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* The government should help with the implementation of the (loop-system) within organisation with in the next 5 years, helping the organisations, that comply and hitting the companies that don't with a natural tax, example for every tree that is lost, one should be planted. (No laughing mater towards a sustainable future,1991) The consumer should pay higher price for the goods that are not social responsible, the tax can be used then for progression towards reducing the cost of zero waste products. Eventually theses cost of the goods will reduce as every one will be using them. ("No Laughing Matter towards a Sustainable Future") 1991 * If companies and the human need to start to look beyond just saving the environment, and start, look at sustainable development of out future! ( Greening is our Business,) Paul Hawking 5.0 Recommendation and Implementation Every one in society must realise and take small steps towards change. Becoming socially responsible, for our own action we can then start to sustain and not violate the conditions of human life, Grunter Pauli solutions, and implementation toward, organisations, would be therefore the correct action for organisation to take. If we the started to tax the organisation that would not comply with the new standards, we could then bring the cost of new environmental products. ...read more.

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