Management decisions in a company at level 0.0 consider purely economic interests such as shareholder value, profits and market share.
Management decisions in a company at level 1.0 also take into account the concerns of society and environment, but economic goals are the main focus.
In companies at level 3.0, three-dimensional value creation is pursued. The focus is simultaneously on economic, ecological and social goals.
In companies at level 1.0, sustainability is primarily seen as a means to economic success, for example, to minimize risks and reduce costs.