Managers who think that strong environmental performance will (i) their company’s financial performance often (ii) claims that systems designed to help them manage environmental concerns are valuable tools. By contrast, managers who perceive environmental performance to be (iii) to financial success may view an environmental management system as extraneous. In either situation, and whatever their perceptions, it is a manager’s commitment to achieving environmental improvement rather than the mere presence of a system that determines environmental performance.
Blank (i): eclipse, bolster, degradeBlank (ii): uncritically accept, appropriately acknowledge, hotly disputeBlank (iii): complementary, intrinsic, peripheral
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