Value mapping for sustainable business thinking

@inproceedings{Bocken2015ValueMF,
  title={Value mapping for sustainable business thinking},
  author={Nancy M. P. Bocken and Proteesh Rana and Samuel W. Short},
  year={2015}
}
Pressures on business to operate sustainably are increasing. This requires companies to adopt a systemic approach that seeks to integrate consideration of the three dimensions of sustainability – social, environmental, and economic – in a manner that generates shared value creation for all stakeholders including the environment and society. This is referred to as sustainable business thinking. The business model concept offers a framework for system-level innovation for sustainability and… CONTINUE READING

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