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Reflections on the Current Sustainability Stage of Brazilian Corporations.
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Reflections on the Current Sustainability Stage of Brazilian Corporations.

2.013 Nova Lima, FDC Executive, FE1302, 4 p., 2013.   LAURIANO, Lucas Amaral;  CARVALHAES, Eduarda;  OLIVEIRA, Rafael Augusto Tello. FDC Executive Lauriano, Lucas Amaral LAURIANO, Lucas Amaral;  CARVALHAES, Eduarda;  OLIVEIRA, Rafael Augusto Tello. More than simply a fad theme, sustainability is to contemporary companies a fundamental issue to be carefully considered. In Brazil, this reality should not be different. Many an aspect should be considered as underlying this issue, which will directly interfere in the performance of organizations. They carry direct impacts upon all corporate processes, and become determinants for business results. For the purpose of assessing the sustainability issue in Brazilian companies through the lenses of different aspects, Fundação Dom Cabral’s Petrobras Sustainability Core (NPS) developed a research effort called Estágio da Sustentabilidade das Empresas Brasileiras [T.N.: The Sustainability Stage of Brazilian Companies], conducted by researchers Lucas Amaral Lauriano, Eduarda Carvalhaes and Rafael Tello. The study included the participation of 172 companies from different Brazilian industries and regions. From this total number of respondents, 69% are comprised by large companies with more than 250 employees. As a backbone to the analysis, the investigation contemplated the seven main aspects of corporate sustainability: the Sustainability Concept; Strategic Intent; Structure; Transparency; Issues management, Stakeholder Relationship; and Leadership. Respondent and company profiling questions were also included. Read the interview with Lucas Amaral about the seven aspects of the investigation, and the conclusions derived and perspectives unveiled by the study. Inglês 005.35 L384r.Ic 2013