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programs have been designed to set forth policy and responsibility for compliance with environmental statutes and regulations to ensure that the United States Marine Corps continues to monitor and improve their environmental footprint (Hayes, 1998).ConclusionThe generic strategy, ethics, social responsibility, and environmental sustainability have shown to be significant components in the creation of competitive advantage for the United
USMC STRATEGY REPORT7States Marine Corps. Reviewing these components elaborates and provides insight on how other organizations can implement programs and strategies within their respective industries to create competitive advantage, survive, and thrive when it seems that they should not. Using the United States Marine Corps as a reference creates a strong foundation to build an organization on.
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