Thursday, November 29, 2012

Towards a Definition of Organizational Strong Sustainability - A Review of the Literature



Based on my considerable progress over the past 3 months I've just added my second post to the blog of the Strongly Sustainable Business Model Group (SSBMG), an applied research group within OCADU’s Strategic Innovation Lab (sLab) that I helped to co-found.

This new blog post is about one part of the thesis: the literature review I’ve just completed that I hope will
  • Provide a definition of organizational strong sustainability
  • Identify design principles for the Strongly Sustainable Business Model Ontology and the Canvas it powers
  • Contribute to the work to define a "gold standard" for organizational strong sustainability

In this blog post I explore how this literature review relates to:

  • my Strongly Sustainable Business Model Ontology and the Canvas it "powers"
  • the "Gold Standard" for organizational strong sustainability, and
  • the SSBMToolkit which integrates these together to achieve the goal of the SSBMG

If you'd like a copy of this literature review please contact me.

I look forward to responding to your comments on the SSBMG blog... now back to writing!

1 comment:

  1. This blog post is also available on the main blog for the Strongly Sustainable Business Model Group (SSBMG) http://blog.ssbmg.com/2014/09/16/towards-a-definition-of-organizational-strong-sustainability-a-review-of-the-literature/

    ReplyDelete