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Dictionary of Sustainable Management (2009 Edition)

This new book contains over 300 definitions of important terms in the field of sustainability. Designed and edited by Nathan Shedroff.

7"x4.25" 122 pages, 1-color

DOS cover NEW!

Visit the dictionary online:

www.sustainabilitydictionary.com

Buy the Paperback:

$14.95

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Description:

The Dictionary of Sustainable Management is an evolving dictionary for business leaders and students of sustainability and business-related terms. It is a project of the Presidio School of Management. The purpose of this effort is to help people better understand how sustainability concepts are creating new understandings in the worlds of business, government, and society.

The 2009 printed edition includes over 300 terms and definitions and 12 images.

The online dictionary is open in that anyone can comment on any definition. Periodically, the creators of the dictionary compound comments into printed editions.

About the design and editor:

Nathan Shedroff is the chair of the ground-breaking MBA in Design Strategy at California College of the Arts (CCA) in San Francisco, CA. This program melds the unique principles that design offers business strategy with a vision of the future of business as sustainable, meaningful, and truly innovative—as well as profitable.

He is one of the pioneers in Experience Design, an approach to design that encompasses multiple senses and requirements and explores common characteristics in all media that make experiences successful, as well as related fields, Interaction Design and Information Design.

He co-founded vivid studios, a decade-old pioneering company in interactive media. Prior to that, he worked with Richard Saul Wurman as a senior designer at TheUnderstandingBusiness. He has an MBA in Sustainable Managment at Presidio School of Management and a BS in Industrial Design, with emphasis in Automobile Design from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.

 

2009 Edition Terms:

6 Sigma
AccountAbility 1000S
Accountability
Apathetics
Appropriate Technology
Assertion
Assessment
Asset
Balanced Scorecard
Basic Browns
Best Practices
Bio-based Material
Biodiesel
Biodiversity
Biofuel
Biomass
Biomimicry
Biosphere
Blended Value
Bootstrapping
Bottom of the Pyramid
Brand
Brand Experience
Branding
Brown Power
Business Ecosystem/Ecology
CAFE (Corporate Average Fuel Economy ) standards
CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
Capital
Carbon Disclosure Project
Carbon Footprint
Carbon Trading
Catalyst
Cause-Related Marketing
Caux Round Table Principles
Ceres Principles
Cheater Capitalism
Clarkson Principles
Clean Production
Clear Cutting
Climate Change
Climate Neutral
Closed-loop Supply Chain
Cogeneration
Collapse
Collective Intelligence
Community Choice Aggregation (CCA)
Competition
Competitive Advantage
Competitiveness
Compliance
Consumer
Cooperation
Coopetition
Core Competencies
Corporate Citizenship
Corporate Reporting
Corporation
Cradle-to-Cradle
Customer Experience
Customization
Debt Swap
Demand-Side Management
Dematerialization
Design
Design for Environment
Differentiation
Diminishing Marginal Utility
Discounted Cash Flow
Discounting
Distributed Collaborative Intelligence
Diversity
Dow Jones Sustainability Index
Downcycle
E-waste
EBITA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, and Amortization)
Eco-Industrial Park
Eco-Labels
Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS)
Eco-effectiveness
Eco-efficiency
Ecological Economics
Ecological Footprint
Ecological Marketing
Ecology
Economic Value Added (EVA)
Ecosystem
Ecosystem Services
Ecotistical
Ecotourism
Efficiency
Emissions Trading
Energy Performance Contracting (EPC)
Energy Service Company (ESCO)
Entrepreneur
Environment
Environmental Accounting
Environmental Audit
Environmental Economics
Environmental Justice
Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA)
Environmental Services
Equator Principles
Ethics
Externalities

 

Factor 10
Factor 4
Fair Trade (Fairtrade)
Feebate
Fiduciary Responsibility
Financial Capital
Flat Organization
Frame
GDP (Gross Domestic Product)
GNP (Gross National Product)
GPI (Genuine Progress Indicator)
GRI (Global Reporting Initiative)
Garbage
Global Warming
Global Weirding
Globalization
Governance
Grassroots
Green
Green Building
Green Design
Green Marketing
Green Tech
Green-collar Jobs
Greenback Greens
Greenhouse Gas
Greenwashing
Gross National Happiness (GNH)
Grousers
Growth
The Global Sullivan Principles (GSP)
Holistic Management
Human Capital
Hypercar
Hypercompetition
IPO (Initial Public Offering)
IRR (Internal Rate of Return)
ISO 14000
ISO 19011
Incentive-based Rehabilitative Economics
Industrial Ecology
Industrial Estates
Industrial Metabolism
Industrial Nutrients
Information Economy
Innovation
Intangible Asset
Integrated Bottom Line
Intellectual Capital
Keystone Species
Knowledge Economy
Knowledge Management Systems
Kyoto Protocol
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)® Rating
LOHAS (Lifestyles Of Health And Sustainability)
Leverage
Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)
Limits
Liquidity
MIPS (Material Input Per Service Unit) Method
Manufacturing Capital
Market Failure
Market Segmentation
Marketing
Materials Audit
Meaning
Meeting
Methodology
Millennium Ecosystem Assessment
Mission (Corporate)
Mission Related Investing
Monstrous Hybrid
Muda
Multiple Stakeholders
NGO (Non-Governmental Organization)
Natural Capital
Natural Step™
Nature’s Services
Negawatt
Neoclassical Economics
Net Operating Working Capital
Net Present Value (NPV)
Net-Zero Energy Home
Niche
Non-profit and Not-for-profit
OCC (Opportunity Cost of Capital)
Open-Loop Recycling
Opportunity Cost
Organic
Organizational Change
Overconsumption
Overharvest
Overshoot
Participatory Organizations
Partnership
Patient Capital
Payback Period
Pension Fund
Perfect Markets
Permaculture
Personalization
Pollution Offset
Pollution Prevention
Positioning
Precautionary Principle
Present Value (PV)
Private Placement
Privatization (of natural resources)
Productivity
Profit
Program Related Investing


 

ROE (Return on Equity)
ROI (Return on Investment)
ROR (Rate of Return)
Radical Resource Productivity
Recycle
Reduce
Remanufacturing
Renewable
Reporting
Resource
Reuse
Reverse Logistics
RoHS Directive
Rot
SROI (Social Return on Investment)
SWOT Analysis
Sarbanes-Oxley
Scenario Planning
Self-Regulating System
Sensitivity Analysis
Service Ecology
Service Economy
Shareholder Activism
Slow Money
Smart Growth
Social Accountability 8000
Social Entrepreneurship
Social Marketing
Socially Responsible Investing (SRI)
Sole Proprietorship
Sprouts
Stakeholders
Steady-state Economy
Stewardship
Strategic Management
Strategic Plan
Strategic Planning
Strategy
Substance Flow Analysis (SFA)
Sunk Costs
Supply Chain
Supply-side Economics
Sustainability
Sustainability Helix
Sustainability Marketing
Sustainable Design
Sustainable Development
Sustainable Growth Ratio
Sustainable Management
Sustainable Market
Synergy
Systems Thinking
Tactic
Take-back
Tangible Asset
Tax-shifting
Team
Technical Nutrient
Thermohaline Conveyor
Time Value of Money
Tipping Point
Top-line
Total Corporate Responsibility
Total Cost Accounting
Total Quality Management
Tragedy of the Commons
Transmaterialization
Transparency
Triple Bottom Line
Triple Top Line
True-Blue Greens
Trust
UN Global Compact
Unintended Consequences
Upcycle
Value
Value Chain
Value Creation
Value-added
Values
Venture Capital
Venture Philanthropy
Virtual Organization
Vision (Corporate)
WEEE Recycling Directive
Waste Reduction
Working Capital
Zero Waste

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