By Valeria Makarova In the world of business, the idea of social and environmental sustainability as corporate responsibility has evolved from an abstract notion into a broadly accepted concept that has started shaping real corporate agendas and business practices. A tipping point was reached over the last decade. The shifts in demographics, as well as Read More →
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By Valeria Makarova Since the concept of sustainable development was introduced back in the 1980s, corporations from various industries have been dealing with ever-increasing pressure to address stakeholder social needs and their environmental footprints. The traditional “business as usual” model — pursuing the business imperative goal of profit maximization while ignoring negative social and environmental Read More →