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|One of many types of plans that are developed by organizations to ensure responsible stewardship of their assets.
Components of the Plan
Listed below are the key components of a sustainability plan.
Architecture/Structure of the Plan
Attributes of the Plan
Listed below are the primary attributes of an effective sustainabilty plan.
The Plan in the Hierarchy
The organization's sustainability plan occupies one of the central layers of the inspirational-and-aspirational hierarchy.
Risks Associated with the Plan
Included below are some of the primary risk associated with the development and implementation of a sustainability plan
A. Development Risks
Process of Developing the Plan
Fig. Functional silos will defeat the organization. Instead: integration, collaboration and alignment are some of the critical success factors.
Fig. The hierarchy of plans in ISO 550001 from OCP to SAMP to AMPs
Fig. People + Planet + Profit is the triple bottom line of sustainability.
Fig. It all starts with people.
Fig. Analyzing the approximate 27,0000 words inside ISO 55000/55001 to reveal patterns in the requirements. Planning features prominently.
Fig. The aspirational-inspirational hierarchy of organizational artifacts with plans represented as one of the layers.
Fig. Planning must be iterative, dynamic and continuous. If it becomes static it starts to look more like an old dusty blueprint rather than a live roadmap.
Fig. Planning is the 3rd chapter of the seven chapters of ISO 55000/55001.
Fig. Some organizations struggle with "paralysis through analysis" (and never feel comfortable to finalize a plan) and others who perhaps fail to "look before you leap" (start too quickly).
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