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2018 | 105 | 122-133
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Rationalization of warehouse space as an element of business management in the context of sustainable development

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The subject of consideration of the following study is the application of the principles of sustainable development in shaping the company's warehouse space. Sustainable enterprise development exists when enterprises take care of their external and internal environment, and implement the principles of rational management in all areas of activity. Proper storage space management is associated with the rationalization of many important aspects of the organization's activities. The article presents the most important assumptions of the concept of sustainable development and the mechanism of functioning of this concept in relation to the management of the enterprise in the area of shaping the warehouse space. Based on the description of Danone's activity, an attempt was made to find elements of sustainable development in the development of storage space
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105
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122-133
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
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