B companies in the world
In order to carry out this Plan, it will be done through the execution of projects that help to achieve the company’s strategic objectives. That is why when choosing a project, it must be aligned with and support the Strategic Plan.
When starting a project, the most important document to develop is the Articles of Incorporation. In this document is placed all the general information of the project (also called high level information) that gives us an idea and overview of what is being done.
The information found in this document, as it is initial information, will be used to begin to go into more detail on the other aspects of the project such as scope, time, costs, risks, etc.
Although it is true that the Articles of Incorporation provide us with general information on the project to start with the planning and subsequent execution activities, the description of the general scope contained in this document is not enough, since it is a high-level description, or if we want to call it differently, it is a description in general terms of what is required to be done in the project.
What is a B certificate?
Responsible companies, entrepreneurs who dedicate their professional activity to solving a social or environmental problem or hybrid companies that seek profitability through social activities.
What is a type B company?
Abstract: B Corporations have among their purposes the solution of social and environmental problems. … They want to solve social and environmental problems with the same intensity with which they seek favorable economic results. They are companies with “triple impact” objectives: economic, social and environmental.
How is a Type B company certified?
To be certified as a B Company, companies must document their positive impact and must undergo a verification process every three years to maintain their certification, i.e., to become a B Company, it is necessary to complete a rigorous selection process.
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Increasingly, companies face demands for profitability, quality and technology that contribute to sustainable development. An efficient management system can help you turn these pressures into a competitive advantage.
Are you thinking of implementing an ISO 9001 QMS? Do you want to know how the implementation process works? From Quara Group we propose to organizations the following steps to implement and certify an ISO 9001 Quality Management System:
The first stage is to perform a diagnosis to know what is the degree of compliance that the organization has with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015, from the same draw a work plan, which details the activities, with their deadlines and responsible, to be carried out throughout the project.
After the QMS has been implemented in the organization, the internal audit of the entire QMS will be carried out, in order to determine whether the Quality Management System meets the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 and is applied consistently throughout the process involved.
What is Impact Assessment B?
Assessment B is updated every two years to accommodate new and innovative practices, responding to user feedback and to more accurately measure the impact of all types of businesses.
What are the characteristics of B companies?
The characteristics of B Corporations are purpose, accountability and transparency of their activity. Their goal is positive social and environmental impact. An increasing number of organizations are becoming accredited as certified B Corporations in response to a change in approach to doing business.
Who certifies B companies?
In order to legally protect this dual mission in the event of management changes, companies incorporate a commitment to social and/or environmental impact in their bylaws. A non-profit entity called B Lab created an evaluation system to certify B companies.
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Through Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), we have provided more than 16,500 producers and 4 agricultural chains in Mexico and Colombia with actionable information to manage climate and pest risks, increase productivity and income, and improve the quality of life of rural communities.
Faced with this problem, governments, international organizations and private companies are constantly investing in developing new efficient and agroecological agricultural practices; however, their adoption in the field remains low due to lack of access to information. This situation translates into low resilience of agricultural chains to climate change, pest, disease and quality risks, generating poverty, migration and risks to the economic system.
Regardless of the fact that our cities are at the forefront of the technological revolution, lack of access to information is one of the main causes of rural poverty (FAO). In Mexico, 73% of producers (4 million) are disconnected from their value chains and suffer the consequences of lack of information.
Businesses play a decisive role in development. However, they are currently blamed for part of the environmental deterioration and social inequality in the world. To improve this image, business models have emerged, such as B companies, which in addition to generating an economic return, provide environmental and social solutions to society. The objective of the study was to analyze the strategic management adopted by these companies. Methodologically, a documentary analysis of articles on some successful cases of companies operating in Latin America and with great impact on society was carried out. The conclusions highlight that B companies have as the basis of their strategic management the identification of stakeholders’ needs and the production of knowledge in this area; this allows them to generate innovations that contribute to the creation of products and services that, in addition to generating an economic return, improve the quality of life of their stakeholders.