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Social Responsibility (SR) is not something new in the business world, although in recent years it is acquiring a new dimension because of the special interest it entails, demanding careful management as a social responsibility strategy, that exceeds its philanthropic perception.

Due to the importance that SR has received in organizations, more and more companies decide to create a specific department with the purpose of addressing these issues, generating proposals and executing actions. They have also decided to incorporate the entire organization with this culture.
 
However, because it is one of the most recent areas in the corporate sphere, there is still no standardization and each company handles it in a different way.
 
THE IMPORTANCE OF INCORPORATING CSR AS A STRATEGIC PROCESS FOR THE COMPANY
 
The current requirement for companies to be beneficial to the world where their business success involves going beyond the good economic results encourages them to adopt the philosophy of social responsibility within their organization. For today’s world, companies are also responsible for social and environmental development as well as for reporting their results in these aspects.
 
For the successful incorporation of CSR within the company, it is important to include all the company stakeholders (shareholders, employee, customers, community, environment, government and suppliers) in the strategic planning of this process.
 
The objective of CSR is to promote sustainable development based on a triple-action approach (economic, environmental and social balance).
 
There are different indicators which companies can be guided by such as:
ISO 26000
Ethos
Global reporting initiative
Global compact
SGE 21
Accountability AA1000
 Inversa Consulting promotes the development of socially responsible companies. We apply innovative work methodologies that allow us to improve the organizational culture of our clients. Among some of the business benefits derived from CSR activities are:
* Improvement of risk management
* Cost reduction
*Differentiation in the market
*Positive influence on employees’ behavior
*Better reputation and brand value
*Efficiency in management
*Better relationships with stakeholders
*Improved staff productivity
*Reduction of capital costs.

 

Be more competitive and sustainable company…

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Supply chain sustainability is a business issue affecting an organization’s supply chain or logistics network in terms of environmental, risk and waste costs. There is a growing need to integrate environmental options into supply chain management.. Sustainability in the supply chain is increasingly seen among high-level executives as essential to deliver profitability and has replaced unnecessary cost. A sustainable supply chain Take advantage of value creation opportunities and offers significant competitive advantages for early adopters and process innovators. There are different strategies that exist for a sustainable supply chain. In Inversa Consulting we offer strategies such as “reverse logistics” in order to close the life cycle of products. This is an activity with a huge growth potential that has been defined as the last frontier for cost reduction in companies. Its main objective is to create value where expenses are generated. There are two types of reverse logistics according to the purpose with which they comply:
  1. Reverse logistics of returns: In this first case we detect all those returns that are due to problems with the product. Such as defects and errors in the quantity or in the product.
  2. Reverse logistics of waste: In this instance, the reverse logistics is not a result of any problem with the product, but is part of the effects of shipping. They can be of very different types: packaging, wrappings, pallets, remains of raw materials or other components, etc. which may have to be recovered, recycled or treated for disposal.

We have a new platform for the control and management of your returns: revel.inversac.com

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Have you ever made a diagnosis of your company?

Do you know the weaknesses and strengths of your company?

 

The business diagnosis is a simple and useful tool for the purpose of knowing the current situation of an organization and the problems that impede its growth, survival or development. Thanks to this type of diagnosis, the main “root” causes of problems can be detected which enables us to apply the most effective measures and to avoid the waste of energies.

 

There is a great diversity of methodologies for conducting diagnosis studies in companies and each one focuses on some particular aspect of business life. Some emphasize on productive processes, others in market and consumer aspects.

 

Guidelines for an effective diagnosis

 

There are four basic steps leading to concise, complete and innovative results:

  1. The first is to set the parameter of Evaluation. To do this you should pay attention to the markets or customers that are of interest to the managers of the company.
  2. The second step is to get a clear and detailed view of the current state of the company’s production system. To achieve this, resources are used such as interviews (written or recordings), photographs, filming, direct observation, etc.
  3. The third is to determine the degree of scope of the established parameter and if possible, establish a percentage of scope.
  4. Finally, in the fourth step, a key question must be asked. Why you cannot achieve what you established in the company?

 

To find the answers the company is visualized from integrated perspectives:

 

Financial Perspective: It is the vision of the numbers and the financial situation of the company, studying the levels of investment, the financial policies, the economic results, the use and application of the business funds, etc.

Customer perspective: This vision focuses on the aspects related to the clients to

which the organization is directed.

Internal processes perspective: This focuses on the analysis of the productive processes of the organization, studying its efficiency and correspondence with the rest of the organization.

Staff and organization capabilities perspective: Finally, the evaluation of the  current capabilities of the staff and the gap that may exist between the capacities required for efficient operation of the productive processes.

 

 

 

In Inversa Consulting we focus on evaluating the perspective of the internal processes and the capabilities of the staff and the organization. We create a diagnosis based on the experiences and knowledge of professional experts in different areas.

 

An appropriate diagnosis will allow us to determine the best strategies for the fulfillment of the objectives of each organization, we offer a free evaluation of their processes which you can request through our website: www.inversac.com or contact us via email: info@inversac.com

 

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