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|Title: ||L’employee engagement e la focalizzazione sui core value quali leve di un approccio integrato alla sustainable excellence per la competitività nel lungo periodo|
|Other Titles: ||Employee engagement and focus on core values as leverages of an integrated approach to sustainable excellence for the competitiveness in the long period|
|Authors: ||Mancuso, Paolo|
|Keywords: ||corporate sustainability|
|Issue Date: ||18-Jan-2010 |
|Abstract: ||Sustainability, or “sustainable development” is defined for the first time in the Burtland report, also known as “Our common future”, written by the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED) in 1987. This report defines sustainability as “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”.
This definition is today the most common and still the main definition on sustainable development.
Nowadays the borderlines of sustainable development are becoming wider and wider and including economical, social and environmental aspects. This tri-partition has been introduced in the triple bottom line (Elkington 1994) and subdivides sustainable development in economical development, social development and environmental development, giving to these spheres the same importance and so the same weight .
The triple bottom line has the purpose observe and to report all company choices ( not only ...|
|Description: ||22. ciclo|
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