Provide brief explanation of Changing Business Environment and answer the following
● What is the importance of the current changing global business environment?
● What are some of the factors that have caused change and what are the major types of
● What are some of the challenges that contemporary organizations face?
easier to support with the logic of legal human rights framework. Accordingly, individuals’ right to dignity and equality will be impacted by policies that seek to regulate individuals’ right to the city. Consequently, they impacted on the individuals’ right to dignity and equality. Constitutional and legislative provisions pertaining to the right to the city The preamble and the founding values in section 1 of the Constitution squares perfectly with the right to the city’s foundational emphases on ideals of inclusion, participatory, tolerance and respect for difference and belonging. The city citizens’ participation in the collective redesigned and planning of the South African cities in the pursuit of post-apartheid urban citizenship, correspond to with a constitutionally envisaged transformation project. The right to the city is an equitable usufruct of cities within the principles of sustainability, democracy, and equity as well as social justice. It is the collective right of the inhabitants of cities, in particular of the vulnerable and marginalised groups, that confers upon them legitimacy of action and organisation, based on their uses and customs, with the objective to achieve full exercise of the right to free self-determination and an adequate standard of living. The essential elements of the right to the city includes: the right to work, health, healthy environment and access to water, energy, public transport, housing and shelter, transparent and participative governance, political participation, development, preservation of heritage, physical safety and personal security, freedom of movement, and freedom of organisation and association. The right to dignity and equality correlate with the right to the city since these rights can be interpreted in a broad and substantive manner that extend issues of livelihood and living conditions ( such as the right to housing and work). These rights can be interpreted in such a manner that they extend to poor and marginalised as well as informal traders in the city. Informal traders have the right to participate in the affairs of the city. Their participation will be actualisation of the principle of democracy, equity and social justice enunciated in the World Charter and articulated in the Constitution. Furthermore, informal traders have the right to clean environment, sanitation, energy, and transport as well as telecommunication infrastructure. These form part of the basic services which local government has an obligation to provide to city citizens in terms of section 152 of the Constitution. In terms of section 152 of the Constitution the objects of the local government include the provision of sustainable services to communities as well as promotion of social and economic development. This provision is buttressed by section 195 of the Constitution which resolves that public administration must be development orientated, promote effic>GET ANSWER