MacroEnvironmental?

MacroEnvironmental is a consulting company providing advice in the area of environmental management. In providing this service we emphasise an approach that encompasses the larger issues of ecological sustainability and recognition of the interconnections between elements of the environment and the society in which we live; the MacroEnvironmental approach.

MacroEnvironmental Factors

Sustainability Strategy

An organisation’s MacroEnvironment consists of external factors which are outside its boundaries but influence decisions on the organisation’s Direction, Objectives, Strategy, and Business Model. Sustainability focuses on the ecological, socio/cultural and economic factors affecting an organisation and is often referred to as the Triple Bottom Line. Contact us to learn how MacroEnvironmental can assist your organisation address sustainability and gain an improvement in reputation, strengthening of stakeholder relations, and a boost to your bottom line.

In every era, some organizations are judged to be leaders. What earns them this distinction, however, is not constant. The criteria that define “leadership” have evolved over time, from excellence in R&D and new product development, to operational excellence and process reengineering, to a focus on core competencies. In recent years the yardstick has been the ability to innovate. Today the framing of corporate leadership is shifting again, to a concept that encompasses the learning and best practices from all these antecedents: corporate sustainability. To learn more about how MacroEnvironmental can help you to create the right sustainability strategy, contact us today.

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