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Responsible Care in Investments

Eul, J,
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The Responsible Care© program of the Chemical Industry proactively addresses concerns and demands of various stakeholders. Within this thesis, the options and possibilities of the alignment of such a program with investment projects are analyzed and discussed. Major objective is to show that Responsible Care© is more than a normative approach and can lead to a significant value added for companies.
Next to a detailed description and discussion of Responsible Care© and the corresponding Guiding Principles, as well as Management Practices, is the critical analysis of the implementation of uncertain and imprecise variables in investment projects. Those are closely related to Responsible Care© and the required actions to meet the major objectives of the program.
The effects caused by the realization of a defined Management Practice on the investment, respectively the behavior of the stakeholders, is difficult to estimate – especially at the beginning of a project. To deal with this kind of uncertainty, a management system is developed to facilitate the alignment of Responsible Care© with traditional investment projects. Additionally, a controlling instrument – here the development controlling approach by Prof. Matthes – is applied to the given problem, giving hints that there are ways of dealing with open systems, enabling a reliable controlling and planning instrument for such projects.


Titel: Responsible Care in Investments
Autoren/Herausgeber: Beate Degen
Weitere Mitwirkende: Winfried Matthes
Aus der Reihe: Planung, Organisation und Unternehmungsführung
Ausgabe: 1., Aufl.

ISBN/EAN: 9783899360875
Originaltitel: Development of a Responsible Care© based Management System within an Investment Project

Seitenzahl: 296
Format: 21 x 14,7 cm
Produktform: Taschenbuch/Softcover
Gewicht: 442 g
Sprache: Deutsch

Beate Degen has a degree in Wirtschaftswissenschaften from the Bergische Universität Wuppertal – with a strong focus on Planning and Organization. Part of her academic studies took place at Boston University, School of Law, where she joined Prof. Barams Center for Law and Technology in 1996. She started in 1995 to work as a freelance consultor for small and medium size companies and joined the Bayer AG in 1999. There, she worked on various international organizational projects as a member of the corporate organization and management team. Currently, she is in the Corporate Auditing department. The author has finished her doctorial thesis in 2003. - Newsletter
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