Measuring companies multicontextual contribution to a sustainable development

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This essay discusses the complexity and paradoxes in tracking, measuring and establishing a sustainability feedback mechanism (Neisig, 2021) relevant not only for companies, but for “business ecosystems” to achieve the SDGs in the face of the multicontextual environments dealing with a broad array of stakeholder interests represented in various societal systems. Governments, citizens, corporations, and other stakeholders have key roles in the process of change, and for a systemic transition to take place all organizations and business ecosystems need to be “irritated” by measurements that enhance a multicontextual feedback.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMeasuring Sustainability and CSR : From reporting to decision-making
EditorsSlobodan Kacanski, Johannes K. Dreyer, Kristian J. Sund
Publication statusSubmitted - 2022

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