Ompetitive Strategy and sustainable development assignment Attaining sustainable development and competitive advantage in a globalizing sector

you have graduated with your MBA and have recently started in your new more senior position with your organisation. Your boss calls you into his/her office and tells you that he/she received a request to have someone from the organisaiton give a speech to a large national industry conference that is meeting in your city next month. The theme of hte conference is Attaning sustainable development and competitive advantage in a globalising sector.
You are expected to explain to the audience what strategic sustainable development planning is and how and why it is important to the industrys various organizations. You are expected to make reference to well-know experts in this field and to explain current concepts and thinking with business examples both from abroad and from your own country. You may decide whether your audience consists of private sector managers or of public sector regulatory agency people and you may decide what industry or industries are the focus of the conference you are addressing. (Pls indicate at the beginning of your paper which audience you have selected).
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You took an elective on competitive strategy and sustainable development at the European Summer School for Advanced Management in the summer of 2005, you are asked to prepare a 20 minute strategic sustainable development planning is and how and why it is important to the industrys various organisations. You are expected to make reference to well-known experts abroad and from your own country. You may decide whether your audience consists of private sector managers or of public sector regulatory agency people and you may decide what industry or industries are the focus of the conference you are addressing. (Pls indicate at the beginning of your paper which audience you have selected.)
For your course assignment pls prepare a detailed text of your speech.