184 pages | 41 B/W Illus.
This book looks at how multinational enterprises address sustainability within their business activities. Contextualized within a rapidly developing country in Asia, the book explores how management practices, tools and techniques are implemented by foreign multinational enterprises (MNEs) operating in the Philippines. The book introduces a useful three-stage and six-step sustainability assessment framework for company practices. The three stages are framed around impact identification, impact assessment and impact monitoring, with the six steps associated with these stages including the initiation step, scoping, impact analysis, alternative selection, monitoring and evaluation, and feedback and follow-up.
The book also highlights how voluntary guidelines and global sustainability platforms play an instrumental role in directing the practices of organisations when implementing corporate sustainability.
1. Introduction 2. Sustainability Assessment Research 3. Issue Identification and Prioritisation Stage 4. Impact Assessment 5. Impact Monitoring and Follow-up 6. Conclusion
Management and business studies are firmly established as a popular, important and significant area of study in the academic world. Bringing together theories and thought from a wide range of disciplines, this series features cutting -edge research addressing all the major issues in business and management today, helping to define and advance the field.