At the beginning of the zero years of the XXI century there was a strong opposition of anti-globalists and globalists (mainstream) on the global agenda of development formed at the turn of the 1980-1990s in the XX century. In the middle of the second decade of the XXI century due to the green strategy of the global economy in relation to the new goals of sustainable development until 2030, these positions have shifted so much that the terms used do not reflect their original significance any more, which impedes the comprehension of actual processes, creating the illusion of radical changes in globalization processes in order to overcome negative trends on the way towards sustainable development. The article, on the basis of discussions on comprehending results of modern globalization a decade after its beginning, analyzes these changes and proposes terms more reflecting the essence of the ongoing global processes.
The present scientific article, based on applying geo-civilizational reproductive-cyclical macro-model, proposes a System of Goals (Goals tree) for sustainable development of the Eurasian civilization and the main strategy directions to achieve them. On the basis of the World Bank statistics an analysis by five factors (coordinated with the structure of civilizations genotype) is carried out: socio-demographic, agrifood, energyecological, scientific-technological and economic.
The author offers a systematic approach to ensuring economic growth sustainability, the task set by the Russian President, with regard to strategic management theory and practice.
Today on the World clock in the current 1620-year cycle of O. Patterson is April, 27th — the time of a gradual retreat of the West and the onset of the East.
Business ethics in the mining industry, ethical investment research, and ethical assessment for mining and metal companies are marching in together to unknot the classical oxymoron of sustainable mining by rediscovering the value of transparency.
Integrated thinking – the only right approach to the management of companies. This means that the company should identify all stakeholders, examine their basic legitimate needs and expectations and establish an ongoing strategic relationship with them.