Part Two provides 400 operations assessment questions. Rather than simply providing a list of questions for the reader, each question in Operations Due Diligence is described in historic context intended to help the reader understand and retain the information. Operations questions are situational, and this approach was taken to help the reader understand and experience situations in which the question would apply. By providing context for the questions, you will be gaining experience that you can apply when you assess the due diligence responses you receive. This will help you better understand the question so that you are in a position to explore the answers and make better decisions about the sustainability ...

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