"Case Study: Sustainable Business Practise at BAE Systems" - James Pollington, BAE Systems
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"Case Study: Sustainable Business Practise at BAE Systems" - James Pollington, BAE Systems Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Sustainable Procurement James Pollington February 2010
  • 2. Marketing
    • Product
    • Price
    • Place
    • Promotion
  • 3. What have we done?
    • Strategic orientation
    • 32% reduction in Carbon Emissions
    • Energy cost reduction equivalent to £2.5M p.a.
    • Contracting for performance e.g. pay-by-weight waste contract, fuel efficiency etc.
    • Recycling infrastructure (40% recycled)
    • Improving fuel containment and spill response
    • Sharing best practice
    • Awareness training
    • Employee communications and behaviours
    • REDUCED RISK, ENV. IMPACTS, & OPERATING COSTS
  • 4. Products and Services
    • Direct SD benefit
      • Energy and resource saving
      • Waste reducing
    • Indirect impacts (added value)
      • Manufacturing and transport emissions
      • Replenished materials
      • Working conditions
      • Upstream & downstream impacts
  • 5. Place & Promotion (Direct benefit)
    • Right place, right time
    • Funding criteria
    • Approved supplier
    • Journals and supporting websites
    • Maintain contact – slow burn
    • Evidence……
  • 6. Evidence (Added value)
    • SD Policies and processes?
    • SD Roles & responsibilities?
    • KPI’s – tracking, progress?
    • Opportunities & Improvement plans?
    • Communications with local community?
    • Employees – communications, training
    • Suppliers – how do you cascade SD?
    • Suppliers performance review?
  • 7. Price Lowest price
  • 8. Price Best value or potential value Attitude; Openness, Honesty, Flexibility, Agility, Responsiveness
  • 9. Case Study – Direct
    • Proven product or service
    • Oven baked business case – cost, simple payback, carbon
    • Remove blockers
    • Post installation assessment
    • Plan B for when things go wrong
  • 10. Case Study – Added Value
    • Be prepared to deliver
    • Team aligned
    • Keep your eye on the ball
    • Look for value to build trust
  • 11.
    • Thank you
    © BAE Systems 2010, unpublished, copyright BAE Systems all rights reserved. Proprietary: no use, disclosure or reproduction without the written permission of BAE Systems.