Managing Sustainability with a Little Help from Statistical Methods?
The aim of our paper is to represent the intermediate research results of the case study of the Ydria Motors company which produces products for household appliances. The company focuses on prototypes of new products and manufacturing machines. In the Slovenian regional area the company is an important member and co-founder of the supply cluster. Knowledge and development will provide the needed supplier base cluster, which will become an important factor in the supply chain for the companies of household appliances in the EU and beyond. Within our survey we examine closely the development of management models for the people, products, and society.
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