Sustainable Business and Environment Management
Sustainable business and environment management is the key competitive advantage in the 21st century world. The sustainable management of people, process and product is a difficult task and firms should install a sustainable architecture to get the best out of both "mind-share" and "market-share" philosophy (Singh, 2018b). Leaders and managers across industry are engaged in developing organizational sustainable capabilities through fundamental changes in the organizational processes and systems to practice green management to develop green products and services. However, it has been observed that plants located in the emerging economies than in the industrialized and the developing countries are more particular to emphasize environmental initiatives across organizational processes, products and services (Schoenherr, 2012). Therefore, it calls upon leaders and manager to increase organizational abilities to manage emerging challenges faced in both internal and external environments of the firms (Singh, 2018).
- Accounting for environmental costs as an instrument of environmental controlling in the company,An analysis of the community perceptions of well-being: special reference to nickel mining and processing industry,Conceptual aspect of environment security: evidence from India and Bangladesh ,Consequences of consumers’ emotional responses to government’s green initiatives: Insights from a scenario-based experimental study,Critical success factors for sustainable construction: A literature review,Diversity, corporate governance and CSR reporting: a comparative analysis between top-listed firms in Egypt, Germany and the USA,Eco-capability role in healthcare facility’s performance: natural-resource-based view and dynamic capabilities paradigm,Enablers of Sustainable Industrial Ecosystem: framework and future research directions ,Environmental concern: an issue for poor or rich,Examining the effect of employee green involvement on perception of corporate social responsibility: moderating role of green training,Green supply chain practice adoption and firm performance: manufacturing SMEs in Uganda,Institutional pressures and corporate environmental management maturity,Is sustainability reporting (ESG) associated with performance? Evidence from the European banking sector,Silk road economic belt strategy and industrial total-factor productivity: evidence from Chinese industries,Sustain and legitimize reputation: the construction of the sustainability discourse of Samarco Company,Sustainable Business and Environment Management