Marketing Duurzaam Ondernemen

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Duurzaam ondernemen
Maatschappelijk verantwoord ondernemen (MVO) of duurzaam ondernemen is het expliciet richten van de bedrijfsactiviteiten op het bereiken van een duurzame samenleving. Dit betekent het gebalanceerd zorgdragen voor People, Planet en Profit, om maatschappelijke verwachtingen te overtreffen. Daarmee wordt blijvende waarde gecreëerd voor de onderneming. DHV adviseert bedrijven met het vertalen van dit brede concept naar hun bedrijfskarakteristieken, stakeholders en strategie. Daarnaast helpen we bedrijven bij daadwerkelijke implementatie, monitoring en rapportage van en over duurzaam ondernemen.
De wijdverbreide toepassing van het mantra People, Planet, Profit is een duidelijke illustratie dat maatschappelijk verantwoord ondernemen (MVO) niet meer weg te denken is uit het bedrijfsleven. Sterker nog, de aandacht voor het thema is groter dan ooit tevoren. Aandacht voor mens en milieu is net zo belangrijk als winst en vormen hier zelfs steeds belangrijker voorwaarden voor.
Het Certified Professional Program (CPP) Maatschappelijk verantwoord ondernemen is opgezet om geïnteresseerden zich te laten verdiepen in MVO, het MVO-veld èn MVO-implementatie (know-what, know-why, know-where, know-who en know-how). Het programma is in samenwerking met MVO Nederland, het nationale MVO-kenniscentrum, opgesteld en wordt ook in samenwerking met MVO Nederland verzorgd.
What's in a name?
Duurzaam of maatschappelijk verantwoord ondernemen.
Duurzaam ondernemen heeft feitelijk een milieuachtergrond, terwijl Maatschappelijk Verantwoord Ondernemen (MVO) een sociale achtergrond heeft. Maar de termen worden tegenwoordig door elkaar gebruikt. Ze staan beide voor het zoeken naar evenwicht tussen financieel economische resultaten, sociale belangen en het milieu oftewel de drie P's profit, people, en planet. Alle drie de P's worden geoptimaliseerd, zonder de balans er tussen te…...

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