The current global economy has shown that increasing volatility and growing challenges, such as climate change, inequalities, and pandemics, require the transformation of managerial models from a financial perspective to a sustainable management according to sustainable environmental and social criteria. In changing environments, companies must be capable of adaptation to enable long-term sustainability. To that end, internal and external changes are needed in the business of keeping the relevant stakeholders: employees, customers, and suppliers involved. To address this situation, capabilities must be developed that enable the creation, retention, and sustainability of new values required in situations of change, as they create a disruption in the market and thus directly affect the results of the company, its commitment to stakeholders, and their/its impact on the economy. The corporate social management journal presents different approaches of corporate sustainability to address changes in markets and economies.

CSMJ is focused on but not limited to the following topics:

  • Business/Marketing/Brand Management;
  • Corporate sustainability and corporate social responsibility practices
  • Sustainable Consumption;
  • Supply Chain Management;
  • Purchase/Distribution Management;
  • Environmental Management;
  • (Natural) Resources Management;
  • Waste Management;
  • Water/Energy/Project Management;
  • Quality Management;
  • Sustainability commitment of business stakeholders
  • Sustainable management in companies
  • Sustainable business models
  • Production/Manufacturing Management;
  • Lean Production;
  • Operations Management;
  • Cost and Profit Management;
  • Industry Management;
  • Life-cycle Assessment;
  • Entrepreneurship;
  • Corporate Social Responsibility;
  • Innovation Management;
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management;
  • Management Strategy and Policy.
  • Capabilities to foster sustainable management
  • Sustainable value creation