‘Connecting The Dots’ An answer to the question: ‘Is it reasonable to expect major global companies to develop ‘sustainable business strategies’ to deliver benefits for the Triple Bottom Line – People / Planet / Profit?’

The purpose of this essay is to explain why it is not only reasonable but also necessary for companies that aim to survive in the long term, to adapt to the shifts that have happened in the market by embedding a system thinking and becoming sustainable businesses, through the adoption of sustainable...

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Autor Principal: Montes Reina, Diana Catalina
Formato: Trabajo de grado (Bachelor Thesis)
Lenguaje:Desconocido (Unknown)
Publicado: 2014
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spelling ir-p17054coll23-292020-09-29 ‘Connecting The Dots’ An answer to the question: ‘Is it reasonable to expect major global companies to develop ‘sustainable business strategies’ to deliver benefits for the Triple Bottom Line – People / Planet / Profit?’ Montes Reina, Diana Catalina The purpose of this essay is to explain why it is not only reasonable but also necessary for companies that aim to survive in the long term, to adapt to the shifts that have happened in the market by embedding a system thinking and becoming sustainable businesses, through the adoption of sustainable business strategies that deliver benefits for the Triple Bottom Line. This paper first describes the current situation of the Earth, it will also describe the existing criticism towards businesses and the raising expectations for business acting as a source of long-term solutions and change. Subsequently, it exposes the main reasons why it has been so difficult for businesses to see a business case for sustainability. Finally, this essay demonstrates that to survive in the long term it is of vital importance for companies to embed sustainable business strategies and sustainable business models that deliver benefits for the Triple Bottom Line. Sostenibilidad; Markets; Companies; Businesses; Commercial Operations Ciencias sociales; Ciencias sociales / Comercio, comunicaciones, transporte 2014 PDF Tesis ENG - Inglés Colfuturo © Derechos reservados del autor http://babel.banrepcultural.org/cdm/ref/collection/p17054coll23/id/29
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topic Sostenibilidad; Markets; Companies; Businesses; Commercial Operations
Ciencias sociales; Ciencias sociales / Comercio, comunicaciones, transporte
spellingShingle Sostenibilidad; Markets; Companies; Businesses; Commercial Operations
Ciencias sociales; Ciencias sociales / Comercio, comunicaciones, transporte
Montes Reina, Diana Catalina
‘Connecting The Dots’ An answer to the question: ‘Is it reasonable to expect major global companies to develop ‘sustainable business strategies’ to deliver benefits for the Triple Bottom Line – People / Planet / Profit?’
description The purpose of this essay is to explain why it is not only reasonable but also necessary for companies that aim to survive in the long term, to adapt to the shifts that have happened in the market by embedding a system thinking and becoming sustainable businesses, through the adoption of sustainable business strategies that deliver benefits for the Triple Bottom Line. This paper first describes the current situation of the Earth, it will also describe the existing criticism towards businesses and the raising expectations for business acting as a source of long-term solutions and change. Subsequently, it exposes the main reasons why it has been so difficult for businesses to see a business case for sustainability. Finally, this essay demonstrates that to survive in the long term it is of vital importance for companies to embed sustainable business strategies and sustainable business models that deliver benefits for the Triple Bottom Line.
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author Montes Reina, Diana Catalina
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title ‘Connecting The Dots’ An answer to the question: ‘Is it reasonable to expect major global companies to develop ‘sustainable business strategies’ to deliver benefits for the Triple Bottom Line – People / Planet / Profit?’
title_short ‘Connecting The Dots’ An answer to the question: ‘Is it reasonable to expect major global companies to develop ‘sustainable business strategies’ to deliver benefits for the Triple Bottom Line – People / Planet / Profit?’
title_full ‘Connecting The Dots’ An answer to the question: ‘Is it reasonable to expect major global companies to develop ‘sustainable business strategies’ to deliver benefits for the Triple Bottom Line – People / Planet / Profit?’
title_fullStr ‘Connecting The Dots’ An answer to the question: ‘Is it reasonable to expect major global companies to develop ‘sustainable business strategies’ to deliver benefits for the Triple Bottom Line – People / Planet / Profit?’
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