The Biosphere Rules - a commentary


This article presents the natural rules to the companies which can be used to save the environment from any kind of pollution caused by the toxic materials. No doubt, a  good management should have something more than the efficiency, effectiveness and the identification emulation of best practices (Moir, 2001). It should also consider the social policy and emerging global realities along with efficacy and sustainability of commercial enterprise (MIT Sloan). Environmental sustainability is a universal issue and global organizations must have to consider it in their strategies. There have long been conflicting expectations of the nature of companies’ responsibilities to society. No doubt that companies can learn from nature in manufacturing and recycling. 

References: 
Moir, L. (2001), “What do we mean by corporate social responsibility”, Corporate Governance, Vol. 1 Issue. 2, p. 16-22, ISSN: 1472-0701
 “Systems, Sustainability and Society”, MIT Sloan Management Review, Fall2002, Vol.44 Issue 1, p.6-6, 1p; (AN 7679203)