Going Beyond Recycling by Embracing Total Sustainability: A Case Study of Rosen Hotels

Going Beyond Recycling by Embracing Total Sustainability: A Case Study of Rosen Hotels

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Abstract

The case study highlights the participative leadership approach that has taken place within Rosen Hotels when introducing sustainability initiatives. It identifies Rosen Hotels as a symbol of sustainable development as it practices attributes beyond the traditional economical, ecological and societal principles. It showcases Rosen Hotel’s emergence as a benchmark, which reflects a unique commitment to environmental preservation through its engagement of its “human resources” and its provision of “wellness and healthcare” resources. This case study further discusses Rosen Hotels’ pursuit into its associates’ participation and wellness as the quintessential instrument to its effective sustainable culture.

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