Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)



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Companies face a variety of sustainability-related issues every day. Issues such as climate change, resource depletion and diversity have direct and indirect impacts on companies’ reputations and bottom lines. As a result, terms like “Sustainable Development Goals” “Public-Private Partnership” “Revenue Cycle Management” and “Learning Management System” have become business buzzwords.

What exactly do these terms mean? And, what are their effects on businesses?

We hope these FAQs will help you navigate the landscape of sustainability-related issues that your business may face.


What is a Public-Private Partnership (PPP)?

For many years, public-private partnerships (PPPs) have been indispensable in financing, building and operating landmark projects in modern cities. Read more

What are the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?

In 2015, over a hundred world leaders gathered at the United Nations (UN) and agreed upon a set of 17 global development goals to put an end to poverty, protect the environment and promote prosperity for everyone by 2030. Read more

What is Revenue Cycle Management (RCM)?

With hospitals and small practices facing the transition to value-based healthcare reimbursement, they face the need to develop policies and processes that will keep them afloat financially. Read more

What is Sustainability in Business?

In an ever-changing world faced with the looming threat of irreversible damages caused by climate change, integrating sustainability in business is an absolute must. Read more

What is a Learning Management System (LMS)?

In an increasingly digital world, almost every facet of everyday life has been digitized, including education. Read more

What is Knowledge Management?

Knowledge management is a system that creates, captures, distributes, and utilizes data to the benefit of an organization. Read more

What is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)?

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an approach and a vision of business accountability that revolves around the idea that organizations are accountable to the societal and environmental impacts of their operations. This is in response to the changing expectations among today’s sociallyconscious consumers. Read more