A Leader's Guide to ThriveAbility is a field manual for Executives, Investors, Change Agents, Policymakers and future generations. The research and fieldwork weave conducted with leaders across every industry sector and civil society has led us to the inescapable conclusion that if we wish to reinvent capitalism, we need to reinvent capital and the organizations that generate and apply that capital. How can you, as a leader, use ThriveAbility to build a vibrant future for your organization or business as part of a ThriveAble world? Some of the key questions that you will need to grapple with include: 1. What are the unique capabilities needed to maximise the thriving of my organization and its stakeholders for the smallest footprint? 2. Which innovation pathways can deliver the improvements and breakthroughs needed to deliver enhanced ThriveAbility to all our stakeholders? 3. How can we measure True Value in everything we do? 4. How can we get our organization to begin the ThriveAbility Journey? 5. In what ways can advantages in 1-4 above be translated into competitive advantage versus other organizations that are not on the ThriveAbility Journey? ThriveAbility is descriptive, prescriptive, and predictive- it describes the emerging edge of leading practice in strategy, innovation, sustainability and design, while prescribing an approach which includes an equation, decision framework, process and ThriveAbility Index. ThriveAbility is predictive in the sense that it enables us to calculate the costs and benefits of different options and trade-offs in the design, development and scaling of new products, services and experiences, along with the human and social transformations needed to achieve ThriveAbility. The purpose of this book is to provide you and your colleagues with a practical, how-to guide on how to embed ThriveAbility in your organization. It will also come in handy for investors, advisors, consultants, financiers, facilitators, regulators and academics seeking to move beyond the confines of the limiting mindsets we are stuck in with current sustainability and shareholder value added approaches.A Multi-Capital Operating System for a Regenerative Inclusive Economy Robin Lincoln Wood ... like an alternative economic system, preferring instead to focus on particular local struggles against environmental damage and exploitation. ... http://ec.europa.eu/public_opinion/flash/fl_367_sum_en.pdf 78 For example, ABB , Accenture, Alcatel Lucent, Amex, ... Natura, Nestle, Neste Oil, Nike, Nissan, Nokia, Novartis, NovoNordisk, Outoptec OYJ, Philips, Paamp;G, Puma, Salesforce, Samsung, anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Leader's Guide to ThriveAbility|
|Author||:||Robin Lincoln Wood|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2015-06-15|