environmental performance information
Long-term environmental liabilities
Sustainability of production or service delivery processes
Note. Appendix A is a list of corporate sustainability websites that provide information similar to what you research for your chosen organization.
State a performance improvement goal to resolve the problem.
State the types of data and information factors needed to establish a current performance baseline.
State the types of data and information factors needed to calculate the return on investment in achieving the goal. Name and describe types of environmental and other information systems that must be used to obtain the data. Utilize the Week Two readings and other research to gain insight.
Utilize the Return On Investment Worksheet to qualitatively identify likely cost factors in resolving the problem. Compare current cost factors versus those required to resolve the problem.
Describe the type of return on investment analysis needed to assess the financial desirability of resolving the problem. Format your information as a sequential outline or flow chart.
Describe the possible consequences of not resolving the problem at this time; for example, is there short- or long-term risk of death, illness, injury, criminal prosecution, civil litigation, bankruptcy, adverse financial performance, or regulatory or political sanctions?
Evaluate the return on investment by figuring out if successfully completing the project would benefit the organization in terms of reduced long-term costs, efforts, and risks without excessive short- or long-term capital expenditures or operating expenses.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. Part Three
Prepare a 6- to 8-minute presentation, summarizing the assessment’s key points. Include three to five PowerPoint slides, created in concept map format. See Appendix B for concept map tips.