The paper "Transforming EHG Corporation Ltd from Domestic to International Company" is a perfect example of a business case study. EHG Corporation Ltd is an Australian enterprise dealing with computer hardware and software solutions. The company is based in Sydney, New South Wales. EHG Corporation Limited was initially called Ellect Holdings Limited. The entity engages in the distribution and development of payment products electronically. The company is planning to diversify from a domestic to an international company. Before it diversifies, it has to meet minimum requirements as discussed below; Environment and sustainability Business environmental sustainability demands that globalizing firms comply with sustainable development principles.
EHG Corporation Ltd has to provide industrially and environmentally sustainable products and services by addressing critical issues at the macro level like social equity, economic efficiency, and environmental accountability. This will address specific issues like innovation, productivity, poverty, human rights, land use, biodiversity, and climate change. It has to develop best practices that promote business sustainability and help the firm from being a laggard to a leader. These practices should include stakeholder engagement through learning from the surrounding community, customers, and employees. Engagement is about involving stakeholders, understanding opposition, finding a shared ground in mutual decision-making.
Environmental management systems provide processes and structures that bolster environmental efficiency into the culture of the firm. Reporting and disclosure are by collecting and collating information and being transparent with outsiders. Life cycle analysis helps the firm to take a large forward leap of analyzing the social and environmental impact of IT products used and produced. When the firms become sustainable it will attract and retain employees so easily hence experiencing minimal reputation and financial risk.
It will also be adaptive and innovative to its environment. Global Opportunity There are major expectations for growth in global enterprises.
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