In a world of competition, companies tend to adopt strategies that maintain them in the market. Of course they have to deliver products than can meet the customer’s requirements, and design economic plans that should deliver profit.
Beside of that, product standardisation occupies a royal place in most of manufacturing processes. This is due to the fact that standardisation is the process of setting generally uniform characteristic for a particular good, service or manufacturing policy.
This constancy is a result of standardisation. ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) brings together experts to share knowledge that supports innovation and provide solutions to global challenges as climate change.
One of the famous standards is ISO 14000 which focus on environmental management. This standard focuses on a company’s environmental responsibility companies which such standards learn how to produce eco-friendly products and this help them to have a cleaner reputation in the market.
Most businesses should not just focus on how to explode their profits they should know that all the resources they use come from the environment. The more they can protect, sustain or promote environmental management policies, the more their employees, retailers, suppliers and clients will comply with the green spirit.
As the citizens have to adapt ecological lifestyle, the same should government, companies and any other structures.
Because unity make strength.