The Triple Bottom Line is a popular term in CSR circles which is used to describe the mixture of financial and non-financial metrics that should be used to measure a company's overall performance.
It defines people, planet and profit as the three areas in which a company should measure its success, and urges managers to measure their performance in terms of not just financial profit, but also the environmental and social costs and benefits that they contribute to.
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