The world is changing. The way we live, work, and interact with each other is shifting. We are becoming more aware of our impact on the planet and how that impacts ourselves and future generations. In order to continue thriving as a species, we need to think about sustainability – not only of the environment but also of our businesses. The problem is that many companies have yet to embrace this new paradigm shift. They are stuck in old ways of thinking and behaving when it comes to business practices. This article will explore what the Sustainability Obstacle is, why so many companies are not adopting sustainable practices, and how best overcome this obstacle for your own organization’s success when it comes to using sustainable practices in your business operations
The Sustainability Obstacle is a barrier to sustainable business practices.
The Sustainability Obstacle is a barrier to sustainable business practices. It’s what stops companies from adopting sustainable practices, even when they know they should. The Sustainability Obstacle is different for every company, but it usually has something to do with one or more of these issues:
- Resources (human and otherwise)
- Time commitments
What is the Sustainability Obstacle?
The Sustainability Obstacle is a barrier to sustainable business practices. It’s the reason why many companies don’t make changes, even if they know that it would be beneficial for their bottom line and the planet at large.
The Sustainability Obstacle is composed of five main components:
- Fear of change
- Belief that sustainability