sustainability

A Quote by Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken on luis, danie, maldonado, fonken, elements, management, sustainability, collaboration, and awareness

Companies that are unhealthy within their own human collaboration processes are unable to develop themselves in a sustainable way.

Quality collaboration processes are necessary to cocreate sustainability in the company or organization.

The real sustainability is not about developing strategies to bring and keep customers permanently to the company services. The consequence of a sustainable collaboration process is a sustainable quality of living, which means the necessary resources and processes for our goals and projects will be there, generated naturally by our business and collaboration process. The strategy used to achieve this level and state of performance need to be integral.

Sustainable quality of living, awareness and care for individual self-development, are main goals of modern companies that espect to achieve a mayor goal: to become sustainable, collaborate with the cocreation of a permanent state of sustainable quality of living (within and around the company) and inherit its success up to the 9th following generation.

LDMF.2009.12.10.gr.da.ebe

www.elements-management.com

Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken

Source: Elements Management

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A Quote by Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken on luis, danie, maldonado, fonken, elements, management, sustainability, collaboration, and awareness

Companies that are unhealthy within their own human collaboration processes are unable to develop themselves in a sustainable way.

Quality collaboration processes are necessary to cocreate sustainability in the company or organization.

The real sustainability is not about developing strategies to bring and keep customers permanently to the company services. The consequence of a sustainable collaboration process is a sustainable quality of living, which means the necessary resources and processes for our goals and projects will be there, generated naturally by our business and collaboration process. The strategy used to achieve this level and state of performance need to be integral.

Sustainable quality of living, awareness and care for individual self-development, are main goals of modern companies that espect to achieve a mayor goal: to become sustainable, collaborate with the cocreation of a permanent state of sustainable quality of living (within and around the company) and inherit its success up to the 9th following generation.

Elements Management helps companies become aware of their human side, the real situation and conditions human experience at the business collaboration environment, organization and culture. Elements management helps team and management become aware of their performance accord to EM900.

Elements management supports the development of a sustainable collective collaboration process with awareness.

LDMF.2009.12.10.gr.da.ebe

www.elements-management.com

Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken

Source: Elements Management

Contributed by: luisdanielmaldonadofonken

A Quote by Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken on luis, danie, maldonado, fonken, elements, management, sustainability, collaboration, and awareness

Companies that are unhealthy within their own human collaboration processes are unable to develop themselves in a sustainable way.

Quality collaboration processes are necessary to cocreate sustainability in the company or organization.

The real sustainability is not about developing strategies to bring and keep customers permanently to the company services. The consequence of a sustainable collaboration process is a sustainable quality of living, which means the necessary resources and processes for our goals and projects will be there, generated naturally by our business and collaboration process. The strategy used to achieve this level and state of performance need to be integral.

Sustainable quality of living, awareness and care for individual self-development, are main goals of modern companies that espect to achieve a mayor goal: to become sustainable, collaborate with the cocreation of a permanent state of sustainable quality of living (within and around the company) and inherit its success up to the 9th following generation.

Elements Management helps companies become aware of their human side, the real situation and conditions human experience at the business collaboration environment, organization and culture. Elements management helps team and management become aware of their performance accord to EM900.

Elements management supports the development of a sustainable collective collaboration process with awareness.

LDMF.2009.12.10.gr.da.ebe

www.elements-management.com

Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken

Source: www.elements-management.com

Contributed by: luisdanielmaldonadofonken

A Quote by Jim Hightower on damage deposit, bible, god, mankind, and sustainability

The Bible declares that on the sixth day God created man. Right then and there, God should have demanded a damage deposit.

Jim Hightower

Source: There's Nothing in the Middle of the Road But Yellow Stripes and Dead Armadillos

Contributed by: bajarbattu

A Quote by Earon on sustainability, green, environment, change, hope, intelligence, human, and divine primates

If the hole we've dug ourselves into is consumerism, it doesn't particularly help that your shovel is a fashionable shade of green.

Earon Davis

Source: Earon's writings

Contributed by: Earon

A Quote by Umair Haque on innovation and sustainability

Innovation is premised on force-feeding people more junk; on fuelling artificial needs for super-size meals, Hummers, and a new pair of sweatshop-produced fast-fashion jeans every weekend.

Sustainability, on the other hand, is premised on helping people finally step off that creaking treadmill of consumption.

Umair Haque

Source: Open Thread: Overinnovation: http://discussionleader.hbsp.com/haque/2008/08/open_thread_overinnovation.html

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Christie Matheson on sustainability, green, ecology, and eco-friendly

I am not a veteran environmentalist. I don't live in a house made of recycled tires, I've never handcuffed myself to a tree, and I don't grow my own organic rutabaga.

Christie Matheson

Source: Green Chic: Saving the Earth in Style, Pages: xvi

Contributed by: Tsuya

A Quote by Earon on story of stuff, sustainability, environment, production, economy, human race, ideologies, theologies, and worthless products

The human race will quickly learn to live sustainably once its greatest minds are no longer awestruck by egotistical ideologies and theologies that divide humanity, and no longer find themselves wasting valuable human and natural resources in the development, design, production, marketing and sales of worthles products.

Earon Davis

Source: Earon Davis

Contributed by: Earon

A Quote by Indra Nooyi on environment, sustainability, and corporate social responsibility

Basically, our goal is to make sure that when it comes to water and energy, we replenish the environment and leave it in a net zero state. So across the world we have unleashed the power of our people to come up with ideas to reduce, recycle replenish the environment and we are making great progress by reducing how much water we use in our manufacture and the carbon footprint that we put on the environment. As a consequence, what we are seeing is an incredible investment in all these environment initiatives. But is otherwise really in two ways, one is tangible financial investment, second is a huge return on investment and because new employees are usually idealistic young people who just graduated from college. They want to come to a company to work for a purpose, that is wise about the next generation.

Indra Nooyi

Source: Jim Cramer Interviews Pepsico Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi: http://www.cnbc.com/id/19940404/site/14081545

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Yvon Chouinard on conscious business, business, conscious capitalism, risk, environment, and sustainability

I had always tried to live my life fairly simply and by 1991, knowing what I knew about the state of the environment, I had begun to eat lower on the food chain and reduce my consumption of material goods. Doing risk sports had taught me another important lesson: never exceed your limits. You push the envelope and you live for those moments when you’re right on the edge, but you don’t go over. You have to be true to yourself; you have to know your strengths and limitations and live within your means. The same is true for a business. The sooner a company tries to be what it is not, the sooner it tries to “have it all,” the sooner it will die.

Yvon Chouinard

Source: Patagonia: Let My People Go Surfing: http://www.patagonia.com/usa/patagonia.go?assetid=5625

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

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