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Being 'Inclusive' means, in practice1

  • including objectives other than financial one in the company's stated goals

  • measuring performance in non-financial areas and reporting to stakeholders and the public at large

  • including consideration of the long-term health of the company when budgeting and planning

  • including the company's business partners in dialogue and policy making groups and including consideration of their interests when making decisions

  • including the impact on the community as a factor to be weighed when making decisions

  • including people at all levels in the organization in sharing the rewards of success

  • including people in all parts of the organization in opportunities to lead

Five Stages of the Inclusive Approach

1. Define your company's purpose and values

2. Review key relationships and engage with stakeholders  >>>

3. Define success and the critical success factors

4. Measure and report performance

5. Reward and reinforce

 

 Cultural Intelligence

Healthy Company    EQMS    New Business Model

Sustainable Growth Strategies

Shared Values    Values-based Leadership

Inclusive Approach

At the heart of the inclusive approach is the belief that understanding needs of all stakeholders   customers, employees, suppliers, shareholders, society, and the environment and incorporating them into enterprise strategy and sustainable value creation activities are central to the achievement of sustainable growth and competitiveness.1

 

 

 

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Inclusive companies achieve  sustainable growth and competitiveness by understanding needs of all stakeholders customers, employees, suppliers, shareholders, society   as well as the environment and incorporating them into enterprise strategy and sustainable value creation activities.

Inclusivity makes each stakeholder feel accepted, comfortable and able to share their ideas and thoughts without hesitation.

An inclusive workplace is one where all people feel welcome and valued for their contributions.

 

Some authors define an inclusive business as a self-sustainable business entity that productively integrates low-income populations into its value chain.

 

 

 

 

The Copenhagen Charter

Happy Business

Sustainable Business

Business Excellence

Balanced Approach to Business Systems

Balanced Business: 5 Basic Elements

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO)

Green Business

Benefits of Eco-effectiveness

Circular Business Models

Design for Environment

Harmonious Innovation

Holistic Innovation

Involve Customers and Suppliers

Inclusive Leadership

Results-based Leadership

Management by Consciousness

Help Every Employee To Find the Right Fit

 

References:

1. Building Tomorrow's Company, Philip Sadler

2. Living Tomorrow's Company, M. Goyder