Group 3 - Case 3 (The Good, The Bad & The Ugly)

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Group 3 - Case 3 (The Good, The Bad & The Ugly)

  1. 1. Snappy Consulting
  2. 2. CSR vs Corporate Sustainability More than maximising shareholder profits Maximising stakeholder value - different goal with broader beneficiaries/vision Triple bottom line - people, planets and profits Seek to protect, support and enhance human & natural resources for future Use of sustainability indicators to track progress
  3. 3. The Good Starbucks Responsibility Plan “Ethics, Local, Global” Community - local community efforts Environment - recycling, waste reduction, energy, water Ethical Sourcing - fair trade, farmer support, social responsibility - working conditions, environmental leadership Diversity -- within suppliers - women and minority owned business ought Wellness - balanced menu options for customers Starbucks™ Shared Planet™
  4. 4. The Good Success Supply chain mgmt / sourcing with long term outlook Environment strategy to minimize environmental footprint, address climate change States Corporate goals & provides scorecard to track progress 49 % of sustainability professionals believe Starbucks is the greenest among competitors Area for improvement: Recycling Development and distribution of comprehensive recyclable cups
  5. 5. The Bad Plan addresses Chemical substance control + Material Procurement. Energy Saving Design Recycling of Used Products Energy Saving Office Activities Waste Reduction and Recycling
  6. 6. The Bad Points of failure: Lack of Precautionary Principle Chemicals Management Use of chemicals in production & lack of strategy to phase out (PVC / BFR) Amounts recycled Positive attributes: Design for Recyclability Energy Saving Design
  7. 7. The Ugly Sustainability Goals - Vague - “Immeasurable” reduce solid waste from store locations by 25% - For most of the goals achieved efficiency is the goal, sustainable development is the by-product.
  8. 8. Walmart Vlasic's gallon jar of pickles. This represents what Wal-Mart's about. You can buy a stinkin' gallon of pickles for $2.97. And it's the nation's number-one brand." – Pat Hunn, Vlasic. When the product was launched demand skyrocketed and distorted every aspect of Vlasic's operations, from farm field to factory to financial statement. Result……… (or what would you do – GMO)
  9. 9. Walmart Environmental and Biosphere Destruction: - “a systematic disregard for law”. - urban sprawl - environmental pollution (and donations)
  10. 10. Thank you! Questions?

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