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Figure 3 groups these mechanisms into four categories and it shows that all of them are, unlike among ordinary companies, quite widespread among DJSI sector leaders. As we can see in Figure 3 and more specifically in Table VI, the direct involvement of board’s members in this dialogue with stakeholders is a usual practice among leading companies. Nevertheless, only informal processes can be considered a widespread procedure. Since we can assume that the outcomes of formal processes of board’s interactions with stakeholders have a greater impact in board’s decisions and firm’s strategy, it seems that this is an area that even leading companies are still starting to cultivate.
5 NO. 3 2005 Of the 40 companies, ten were featured in the final report, each of which demonstrated evidence of business transformation (or incremental innovation towards transformation) as a direct result of the companies’ response to these global issues. The companies featured were: Anglo American; BP; BT; Centrica; GlaxoSmithKline; Kingfisher; Scottish Power; Tesco; Unilever; and Waste Recycling Group. Results Literature review and roundtable visioning Through an extensive literature review and visioning exercise, Article 13 outlined the context for its research into business innovation.
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Arms and Uniforms - The Second World War Part 1 by Funcken by Liliane Funcken, Fred Funcken