Influence of Natural Factors upon the Organization Activities
The main objective of this article is to demonstrate the importance of the natural factors on bussiness environment, even for companies that do not have economic activities depending on them. The natural factors are ignored by most business analysis especially in companies whose main activity does not regard exploiting natural resources. But when natural factors are analysed, the so called ecological influences are mistankenly regarded by many specialists as regulations, policies and methods, imposed by government to protect the environment. Instead, we consider that the primary natural factors are: the geographic position, landscape, climate, ecosystem, natural resources and the natural hazard. This paper is addressed to specialists, researchers, managers and all interest readers.
Volume (Year): 15 (2014)
Issue (Month): 4 (October)
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