This can easily turn into a major issue with a business who does not follow

This can easily turn into a major issue with a

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the environment to be protected. This can easily turn into a major issue with a business who does not follow each strict rule. Within a world of creativity, knowing that businesses can be heavily limited on creativity brings a multitude of issues to the table. This has the potential to not only limit a business but cause a business to have a downfall in the long run. Companies that have trouble following each rule or regulation may end up doing something out of the ordinary to produce an idea or product that could be out of line. Limited businesses have limited profits. When a business is in sustain mode rather than produce mode this can bring many problems. Lawrence & Weber (2017b) discussed how often regulations that hurt a business can cause a business to lose investors or employees (p. 216). A benefit to losing investors or employees can cause a business to produce a new start but could also easily be a major downfall. Lastly, a business that is not environmentally friendly may be hurting more than helping. If a business chooses to harm rather than do good in the long run, the business may lose many customers. This misunderstood concept means that many problems and challenges will arise by not fully grasping the environmentally friendly structure and choosing to follow the regulations that go with it.
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4 FORUM #2 References Kura, K. M. (2016). Linking Environmentally Specific Transformational Leadership and Environmental Concern to Green Behaviour at Work. Global Business Review , 17 (3_suppl), 1S-14S. Krause, J. (2015). The Potential of an Environmentally Friendly Business Strategy — Research from the Czech Republic. International Journal of Engineering Business Management . Fischer, K. (n.d.). Covenant, Community, and Corporate Responsibility. Lawrence, A. T. & Weber, J. (2017a). Business & society: Stakeholders, ethics and public policy. Powerpoint. Chapter 10 Lawrence, A. T. & Weber, J. (2017b). Business & society: Stakeholders, ethics and public policy. (14th ed). New York: McGraw-Hill.
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