According to Kuhlman and Farrington (2010), sustainability can be defined as the ability of the current generation to meet its needs without in any way compromising the future generations' ability to meet their needs. One of the limits to growth associated with environmental entities in a manufacturing organization like Ford is the high emission levels, which have to be contained, leading to an organization incurring some costs, which could be used to produce more vehicles. The second growth limit is associated with an organization lack of financial resources to acquire efficient technology that allows to it produce products sustainably, limiting the pace of growth of an organization (Epstein and Buhovac, 2014).
There is a strong relationship between social networks, ecology and business systems. The social system that is people depends on good climate to meet their day to day needs, such as food production. Therefore, protection of the environment is essential to allowing the social network to survive in the long-term. On the other hand, a business system depends on the ecological environment to remain in business, especially as it is the source of most of the raw materials used in the production process. When resources are depleted, then a business will end up closing down in the long-term. An organization, such as Ford needs to ensure that it engages in sustainable business practices, which do not contribute to pollution of the environment as it depends on it to remain in business in the future (Baumgartner, 2014).
I would make use of power point presentation, whereby every point would be supported by pictorial evidence. At the end of the presentation, I would give the participating stakeholders questionnaires, whereby they can provide their feedback concerning the social impacts related to the organization. I have learned from past presentations that providing simple presentations enable the stakeholders to understand the main issues of discussion, and thus, can be possible using power point presentation.