Theoretical and methodical principles of managing enterprise sustainable development

Authors:
A. Kasych1,2, М. Vochozka2
1. Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design (Kyiv, Ukraine)
2. Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice (České Budějovice, Czech Republic)
Section:
Ecological Marketing and Management
Pages:
298 - 305
Language:
English
DOI:
10.21272/mmi.2017.2-28


Annotation

The article investigates theoretical position of the processes of enterprise sustainable development management, summarizes conclusions of the leading scientists in this field, and emphasizes importance of the stability development management on the systematic basis in modern corporations.

The purpose of the article is to systematize the core positions of the theory of sustainable development of the enterprise and to justify the components of the model of the process management.

Such scientific and methodological approaches as combinatorial, structural, resource, and of harmonious interaction ones have been used to determine the characteristics of the processes of sustainable development of enterprises. A generalization of these approaches allows formulating a content of the essence of the company’s sustainability concept and to determine its key features that should be considered during management.

Based on summarizing the experience of leading companies the author represents the key areas and indicators, which are used by enterprises in sustainability management.

For implementation of the theoretical positions of the enterprise sustainable development in management practices there has been proposed a conceptual model which represents stages and tools the implementation of which will provide a systematic solution to the problem of sustainability.


Keywords
sustainability, development, concept, management, enterprise


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