The Dimensions of Sustainability for Business
AbstractThere has been a paradigm shift in businessÕ approach with respect to environmental responsibility. This change has resulted in a realization that profitability, consumer acceptance, and competitiveness can be advanced by pursuing sustainable initiatives in business practice. Sustainable business operations require effective leadership throughout the organization and cross-functional business processes.
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