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Report on Intercultural assessment of sustainability
« on: September 01, 2013, 08:16:53 AM »
Report on Intercultural assessment of sustainability

The first chapter presented oekom researches actual economic situation, its CRR related products and the framework the CRR builds upon, resulting in a dual managerial problem: the question of product differentiation and the need of the development of a corporate strategy.

In the second chapter, the analysis the ratings of Sainsbury and Jusco revealed the problems of implementing CRR’s criteria, leading to a set of ambiguous results. In the third chapter, both German and Japanese explanations for the weak feedback to the CRR in Japan were presented, including the hermeneutic shift to the Japanese contribution and style. This chapter shows the state of the situation oekom is faces with.

The fourth chapter introduces managerial frameworks for a better understanding of this situation. The analysis of both differences and similarities between the Japanese and the German culture is presented as a first step of the intercultural dialogue. The fit of oekoms approach in global trends, described by the Galtung-model, is added, because is defines the range of the implementation of the CRR.

This final chapter closes the loop of the concentric spiral. Based on the findings of this report, the author provides recommendations for oekom researches management, in order to work on the managerial problems detected in Chapter 1.

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Re: Report on Intercultural assessment of sustainability
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2015, 11:32:41 AM »
Report on Intercultural assessment of sustainability

The first chapter presented oekom researches actual economic situation, its CRR related products and the framework the CRR builds upon, resulting in a dual managerial problem: the question of product differentiation and the need of the development of a corporate strategy.

In the second chapter, the analysis the ratings of Sainsbury and Jusco revealed the problems of implementing CRR’s criteria, leading to a set of ambiguous results. In the third chapter, both German and Japanese explanations for the weak feedback to the CRR in Japan were presented, including the hermeneutic shift to the Japanese contribution and style. This chapter shows the state of the situation oekom is faces with.

The fourth chapter introduces managerial frameworks for a better understanding of this situation. The analysis of both differences and similarities between the Japanese and the German culture is presented as a first step of the intercultural dialogue. The fit of oekoms approach in global trends, described by the Galtung-model, is added, because is defines the range of the implementation of the CRR.



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