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I need three 90 word responses to my classamtes posts listed below. Respond as if you are a classmate writing to another classmate. I need 1 source per response.
Week 7 Prompt
Use the table below to format your analysis of your Fortune 500 Company and post your analysis by Monday. Review the posts of at least three of your peers and respond with a comparison of their findings (for their Fortune 500 companies) to yours by Wednesday. Remember to end by posting two positive comments about Team Silver’s presentation and write two specific things YOU learned.
My Fortune 500 Company on sustainability and practices (not promises)
Notable Differences/Gaps/Distinctive
Example #1 Sustainability practice (or lack of practice)
Example #2 Sustainability practice (or lack of practice)
Example #3 Sustainability practice (or lack of practice)
classmates :
1. Dan
Example #1 Sustainability practice (or lack of practice)
Environmental
For Volkswagen, sustainability means pursuing economic, social, and ecological objectives simultaneously and with equal energy. It is their aim to create lasting values, offer good working conditions, and conserve resources and the environment (“Volkswagen group,” 2020, para. 1) Volkswagens vision aligns with their sustainability goals. These goals include focusing on developing better electric cars. Volkswagen has signed off a comprehensive decarbonization program aimed at achieving a fully CO2-neutral balance in all areas from the fleet to production to administration by 2050. Volkswagen is thus fully committed to the Paris climate targets (“Newsroom,” 2019, para. 1).
Notable Differences/Gaps/Distinctive
I’m going to share the differences pre-scandal. It’s been dubbed the “diesel dupe”. In 2015, the environmental protection agency (EPA) that many VW cars being sold in America had a “defeat device” – or software – in diesel engines that could detect when they were being tested, changing the performance accordingly to improve results (Hotten, 2015, para. 1) The company had environmental sustainability built into their vision for profits and the future, the cause was leadership and their over the top expectations for results at all cost this mixed with a culture that was scared to raise the red flag.
Example #2 Sustainability practice (or lack of practice)
Gender
Elke Heitmüller, Head of Diversity Management at the Volkswagen Group, was quoted in an interview, we take a holistic approach: “We live diversity” is anchored in our strategy. We have minimum standards worldwide, which we pursue by means of a diversity index. We ensure that our HR processes are fair and free of prejudice. And we offer training for managers and employees (“Volkswagen AG,” 2020, para. 7).
Notable Differences/Gaps/Distinctive
At the beginning of 2020, the representation of women in corporate America was trending in the right direction. This was most pronounced in senior management: between January 2015 and January 2020, representation of women in senior-vice-president positions grew from 23 to 28 percent (Coury & Huans, 2020, para. 13) Volkswagen still falls short on gender statistics even though they say they have goals and minimum diversity indexes they like to hit. This is common throughout the industry and has been for a while. A thinking person would say that whatever schemes and plans corporate America has to fix the problem are working slow.
Example #3 Sustainability practice (or lack of practice)
Waste Generation
Volkswagen states, for all our products and mobility solutions we aspire to minimize environmental impacts along the entire lifecycle – from raw material extraction until end-of-life – in order to keep ecosystems intact and to create positive impacts on society. Compliance with environmental regulations, standards, and voluntary commitments is a basic prerequisite of our actions (“To Zero,” 2020, para. 1)
Notable Differences/Gaps/Distinctive
I don’t have any gaps or differences. Searching for recent statistics from a 3rd party source is hard with Volkswagen. They have their own websites all over the internet. Most of the Volkswagen sources are projections on where they want to be and there is no data on what is going on in real-time. I suspect that after the scandal that control over the perception of the company is at an all-time high. Due to the scandal and the stipulation put on them to reform by the courts, I think they are really trying to do the right thing to bring their name back in good standing.
References
Coury, S., & Huans, J. (2020). Women in the Workplace 202. Retrieved from https://www.mckinsey.com/featured-insights/diversity-and-inclusion/women-in-the-workplace#
Hotten, R. (2015). Volkswagen: The scandal explained. Retrieved from https://www.bbc.com/news/business-34324772
Interview with Elke Heitmüller, Head of Diversity Management at the Volkswagen Group. (2020). Retrieved from https://www.volkswagenag.com/en/news/stories/2019/07/we-have-to-stay-on-the-ball-permanently.html
Mission Statement Environment. (2020). Retrieved from https://www.volkswagenag.com/en/sustainability/environment/mission-statement.html
Sustainability, Moving you. Moving forward. (2020). Retrieved from https://www.volkswagenag.com/en/sustainability.html
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