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Institute for Sustainable Enterprise at the Silberman College of Business Fairleigh Dickinson University MEMBERSHIP & SERVICES COMMITTEE REPORT. ISE Advisory Group Session March 30, 2006. Role Of ISE Membership and Services Committee (M&S). ISE Membership and Services Committee
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Foundation for Sustainable Enterprise at the Silberman College of Business Fairleigh Dickinson University MEMBERSHIP & SERVICES COMMITTEE REPORT ISE Advisory Group Session March 30, 2006

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Role Of ISE Membership and Services Committee (M&S) ISE Membership and Services Committee Develops methodologies to draw in and hold individuals for ISE Sets strategies for administration offerings Develops procedures to evaluate nature of administration offerings Develops procedures to guarantee exchange of learning between administration ventures Identifies potential wellsprings of subsidizing and arranges exercises to create reserves Provides guidance and support for give application exercises Project Support Group FDU Advancement office FDU Public Relations, Publications Office, et al. Enrollment & Services Project Team 2 Membership & Services Project Team : Workshop Design Team Membership & Services Project Team 3

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Membership & Services Operating Norms Inclusive (agent guideline is "rise above and incorporate") Come from plenitude, joint effort, win-win, honesty, "and" not "or" Be transparent with each other and those past the group Set clear BHAG extend objectives and plainly say what we\'re meaning Reposition subsidizing part to concentrate on what is required to make ISE reasonable, ceaselessly think about the procedure that will make and keep us maintainable. Change "gathering pledges" to "maintaining ISE for the long haul." Find approaches to meet board of trustees part\'s individual and expert objectives Ensure we persistently recognize individuals who have added to the work

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Status of Membership, Issues and Challenges Status of Membership Four Founding Members: O NJ Higher Education Partnership for Sustainability (NJHEPS) - John Cusack O Philips Lighting, North America -Govi Rao and Eric Marsh O Interface, Inc. (UN Global Compact Co.) -Joyce LaValle and Jeff Gentile O Ricoh Inc. (UN Global Compact Co.) -Mike Sarasin and Marilyn Michaels

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Status of Membership, Issues and Challenges Status of Membership Potential Corporate Partners: A. Under dynamic discourse/looking for abnormal state bolster through ISE contacts and/or delegates: Sony Electronics – Dave Lipsky IBM – Mal Conway Kraft Foods – Nadine Pearce First Energy – Everton Scott Johnson & Johnson – Cindy Karst (and others) Schering Plow – Michael Schneider Roche – Dave Dickey (once Kim Steckley) Smith Barney/Citigroup – Bruce Kahn Huber Corporation – through Kathryn Zukof, now with Schindler Elevator (Schindler declined)

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Status of Membership, Issues and Challenges Status of Membership B. Gatherings booked/being planned: Alcoa – Meeting booked with Worldwide head of Sustainability Have contacts and referrals for each of the accompanying: Aventis BASF BMS Dupont Pfizer Unilever Verizon Con Ed Hackensack Hospital

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Status of Membership, Issues and Challenges Progress To Date Developed Corporate Partner offering and related leaflet Developed presentation for use in drawing closer potential Corporate Partners Developed Overview of Managing Sustainably I Workshop and nitty gritty outline

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Status of Membership, Issues and Challenges in Enrolling Corporate Members Multiple and misty purposes of passage, possession and responsibility (i.e., EH&S, Sustainability, CSR, HR, Leadership/OD, and so forth.) Difficulty in achieving the abnormal state chiefs with spending plans and power Effectively imparting the esteem from their perspective - WIFM Centralization of force outside the U.S. in numerous multinational partnerships Centralization of force outside N.J. in U.S. based partnerships Creating a feeling of desperation to join

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Status of Membership, Issues and Challenges Status of Seed Funding Submitted Seed Proposals to 24 Foundations Nine Declined : Carnegie, Ford, The Nathan Cummings Foundation, Glaser Progress Foundation, HSBC in the Community USA Inc. Establishment, Max and Anna Levinson Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Mott Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Inc. Eleven Pending : 3M Foundation, Jenifer Altman Foundation, Con Ed, FirstEnergy/JCP&L, Shell Oil, Sloan Foundation, Surdna Foundation, Survival in Freedom , Towards Sustainability Foundation, Unilever US, J.M. Huber Two "under thought "… at $10K: The Kettering Family Foundation, The Lawrence Foundation Two Other : BASF (re-coordinate), Global Environmental Project Institute, Inc. (not tolerating spontaneous proposition)

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Status of Membership, Issues and Challenges Status of Seed Funding Challenges: Addressing the particular center and prerequisites of every establishment Cache of FDU To be resolved – require progressively and particular criticism

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Possible ISE Membership & Services Roadmap Goals

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Ideas & Issues Be unequivocal about the business case and linkages Define maintainability plainly and reliably Focus on worldwide, local, NJ organizations? Relative concentrate on driving organizations, those in the center, and/or slouches? Relative Focus on UNGC organizations versus others? Relative Focus on business group opposite NGO\'s, government, not-for-profit informal organizations? Conceivably set up formal linkages with gathering pledges exercises at different colleges? Concentrate on making a commonly gainful synergistic associations with corporate accomplices (as recognized from an unadulterated counseling relationship) Co-support and facilitate a major, high-perceivability meeting to build FDU "store" and open ways to drawing in official leaders

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