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2018 | 104 | 186-196
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Implementation of the principles of sustainable development as an element of the organization's strategy - the Volkswagen case study

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The following study addresses the subject of sustainable development in enterprises. The essence of the concept of sustainable development was explained, as well as the role of sustainable development in formulating the organization's strategy. The most important initiatives undertaken by the Volkswagen concern in the field of sustainable development were indicated. The actions undertaken in the economic, ecological and social areas have been mentioned.
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104
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186-196
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
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