BUSM4547: Management in Practice Part 1 Literature review o management burnal articles on ener•sustainabilit challenges within the business sector you chose Topics to cover here include but are not limited to:  Overview of the energy needs of the sector (e.g., as described in white papers issued by energy institutions, by industry peak bodies, etc.) Overvie

Part 1 Literature review o management burnal articles on ener•sustainabilit challenges within the business sector you chose

Topics to cover here include but are not limited to:

  •  Overview of the energy needs of the sector (e.g., as described in white papers issued by energy institutions, by industry peak bodies, etc.)
  • Overview of the sustainability challenge in the Singapore and ASEAN region in meeting those energy needs with a reducing carbon footprint (e.g., to meet the Paris COP 2015 targets)

Part 2 – Identify and select models and theories that will help you understand the implications of the REIDS-SPORE product adoption on businesses within the sector.

Topics to cover here include but are not limited to:

  • Touch on product uptake implications for client organisations by discussing two of the following: ethics, CSR, HRM matters, Leadership. Indicative questions you may consider answering are:
  • What kind of leadership and subsequent cultures need to be formed when making the change to use this product? Why and How?
  • Are there environmental, social, political, or financial ethical aspects to consider regarding internal and external stakeholders? Why and How?
  • How are CSR (and especially Social License) aspects going to be addressed
  • How could HRM be used, internally, to manage employee uptake and support for this product?
  • What overall alignment is required between HRM, leadership/culture, CSR, and ethics to make sure they all say the same thing when communicating with and motivating employees to support the use of this product?

Assessment Task 2: Individual Report – Using management theory to support your recommendations Sustainable data centre = efficient, green power use towards running cloud computing platforms is the product I picked.

Concentrate on building a business case for how it can be used commercially across a range of businesses within one business sector (I choose the sustainable data centre, I want to look at how it would affect the financial sector.

Therefore I will want to examine management challenges that could emerge if banks, brokerage firms, financial advisors, etc. adopted the sustainable data centre product). Which bank in Singapore uses a sustainable data centre? The details of the question are in the file.

The outline of this is (the details of this outline is the 2nd file; the word count can be ignored, follow this word count)