SME tools Business anti-corruption portal http://www.business-anti-corruption.dk/Home.asp?

pageid=4 The portal aims to support small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in avoiding and fighting corruption and creating a better business environment. Global Advice Network has developed an internet-based corruption portal co-funded by the Danish International Development Agency (Danida), which will be broadly applicable for companies operating in developing countries. The portal contains a variety of instruments and information, which can be used alone or in combination. Some tools are new; others are well known procedures and methods adapted to smaller and medium size businesses. Many corruption fighting tools have been created with the purpose of fighting corruption in OECD countries and are targeted at larger companies. The portal combines experience in this field with new tools for small and medium sized companies operating in developing countries. CommunityMark, UK
http://www.bitc.org.uk/programmes/programme_directory/communitymark/index.html

CommunityMark is a national standard that recognises the involvement in the local community of small and medium sized businesses/organisations and strategic business units of larger businesses. It provides a simple jargon free model to help businesses maximise their impact in the community and their business benefit at the same time. It encourages all businesses to get involved, from 2 to 250 employees and whether they have an existing community programme or not. SMEs can use the CommunityMark step by step model, to achieve the CommunityMark Standard and get the recognition for their contribution to the local community. Global Reporting Initiative: High 5! http://www.globalreporting.org/WhoAreYou/SME The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) launched in November 2004, a handbook, High 5!, created using a multi-stakeholder consultative process convened by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) in response to many requests for a “beginner’s guide”. It offers a step-by-step guidance and practical how-to advice on using the GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines, so that SMEs can easily and effectively create sustainability reports that bring value to their businesses and communications practices. Quality Compas http://www.projetqualite.org/compas/outil/ A project management and evaluation tool.

Risk management toolkit for SMEs, The Institute of Occupational Safety & Health, UK www.iosh.co.uk Although principally for health and safety professionals, the institute has a free downloadable risk management toolkit for SMEs. It takes a holistic view of all types of business risk management and helps users to develop a complete risk management system. http://www.bitc.org.uk/small_businesses/index.html Small Business Journey toolkit, Business in the Community, UK www.smallbusinessjourney.com BitC has produced an interactive tool to help SMEs add value to their operations. SME Toolkit http://www.smetoolkit.org/ The SME Toolkit is an IFC - World Bank, initiative and offers software, business forms, training, and more to help small businesses in emerging markets grow and succeed. The business planning tool could be a good model for anti bribery tool. http://www.smetoolkit.org/Article.jsp?id=if-amx00508&catid=45&lid=1&locale=1