Pre-announcement of our next book “Sustainable Value Chain Management”

Pre-announcement of our next book “Sustainable Value Chain Management”

Our latest book project currently undergoes production at Springer. “Sustainable Value Chain Management” introduces a new management approach, which integrates multiple perspectives and drives sustainability ‘inside-out’ from the core business. Sustainability subsequently has to be considered in companies’ value chains and final products alike. The book finds a balance between theory and practice as contributions from various organisations and companies show how they approach sustainability in their respective value chain.

The book will contain the following chapters:

  • shared.value.chain: Profitable growth through sustainable value creation
  • BEIERSDORF: Generating joint added value through collaboration, planning and evaluation
  • FAIRPHONE: Sustainability from the inside-out and outside-in
  • SAP AG & StarShea Limited (Ghana): sustainable value creation through collaboration with companies, NGOs and intermediaries
  • NANOGATE: Sustainable value creation in technology companies
  • AUDI: Raw Materials, Road, Recycling – How Life Cycle Analysis Influences Product Development
  • SYMRISE and Vanilla: Tradition, Strategy and Total Commitment
  • SIEMENS: Managing sustainability along the entire value chain to benefit our customers
  • Embedding ESG Criteria into the Banking Industry Value Chain
  • HENKEL: Sustainability in the value chain – from philosophy to practice
  • VAUDE: Sustainable value creation as a mission statement for small and medium-sized companies
  • INTERNATIONAL PAPER: Creating Value through Sustainably Managed Natural Resources
  • INDEPENDENT CAPITAL MANAGEMENT:  Sustainable Value Creation as an Investment Criterion
  • NESTLÉ: Sustainable Value Chain Management from the farm to the fork
  • THIN AIR FACTORY: The Value Chain Unchained
  • BASF: Measurability of shared value creation in agriculture
  • KLENK & HOURSCH: Telling the Backstory – Transparency in Global Value Chains
  • INFINEON: Integrated enterprise architecture to support sustainability
  • German Council for Sustainable Development: The German Sustainability Code

 

For further information on the book please have a look at Springer or get in touch with us.