Implementing corporate sustainable development [electronic resource] : a case of an SME from India / M. Rakesh Krishnan & C. Ganesh.
- [London] : SAGE, 2016.
- SAGE knowledge. Cases.
SAGE Knowledge. Cases.
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1 online resource : illustrations (black and white, and colour).
- Sustainable development -- India -- Case studies.
Textile industry -- Environmental aspects -- India -- Case studies.
Social responsibility of business -- India -- Case studies.
- Studies have repeatedly illustrated how institutions struggle to implement sustainable development models, even when their formal claims indicate strict adoption of principles of sustainable development (Sean Markey, 2010). Relevance of innovative and feasible projects for sustainable development is escalating rapidly among the business community (Brower, 2011). The efforts of many organizations to recognize sustainable development principles as an important community vision is encouraging, but only very few of them have proved themselves in successfully translating their goals into actionable strategies (Sean Markey, 2010). Extra Weave Pvt. Ltd, a small and medium enterprise (SME) in Allapuzha district of the state of Kerala, India, stands out from the crowd in its remarkable achievements in sustainability.
- Originally Published in: Krishnan, M. R., & Ganesh, C. (2014). Implementing corporate sustainable development: A case of an SME from India. South Asian Journal of Business and Management Cases, 3(2), 169-177. DOI: 10.1177/2277977914548336.
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- Ganesh, C. (Professor of Commerce), author.
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