Respond to this discussion posts in 1 paragraph. Focus your review and (respectful) response on the strength of your colleagues supporting argument and evidence, on presenting alternative perspectives, and on sharing insights that may prove helpful for the future individual assignments in this course. Try to ask a direct question.*** Tiffany VidalGoogle is an example of a company that has continuously maintained strong ethics, social responsibility, and also has environmentally sustainable policies that have directly contributed to its competitive advantage. Hence, Googles parent company, Alphabet, Inc. has committed to investing $2.5 billion in wind and solar projects (Dudovskiy, 2017). Googles offices have also gained Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification, and Google consistently seeks to have a smaller carbon footprint (602 Communications, 2017). These practices and policies have contributed to its competitive advantage because Google is known for its transparency regarding its workplace practices. Also, because Google has developed its own environmental sustainability programs, many consumers are willing to support the company. Hence, having a competitive advantage allows companies to differentiate themselves in the market (Competitive Advantage, 2016). Corporate social responsibility strategies also highlight the organizational morals and values that are embedded in Googles company culture (602 Communications, 2017).Moreover, Google has developed ethically and socially responsible policies that have increased its workforce retention, reduced employee turnover, and improved sales (Dudovskiy, 2017). Thus, leaders at Google have recognized the importance of not only earning profits but also being effective for people and the environment (602 Communications, 2017). Google has proven that having ethics, environmentally sustainable policies, and being socially responsible reinforces consumers trust in companies (Madhani, 2009). Leaders at Google performed internal and external analyses to identify how they compared to its competitors (Competitive Advantage, 2016). When companies develop practices that support others and the environment, consumers begin to support them and also tell others about the company. Moreover, consumerism is extremely vital in maintaining a sustained competitive advantage (Madhani, 2009).Reference602 Communications. (2017, May 3). Google and the corporate social responsibility ofcompanies. Retrieved from http://602communications.com/google-corporate-social-responsibility-of-companies/Competitive Advantage. (26 May 2016). In Boundless economics. Retrievedfrom https://courses.lumenlearning.com/boundless-business/chapter/the-drive-for-international-trade/Dudovskiy, J. (2017, june 20). google corporate social responsibility (csr) – research-methodology. Retrieved from https://research-methodology.net/google-corporate-social-responsibility-csr/Madhani, P. (2009). Resource based view (RBV) of competitive advantages: Importance, issuesand implications. Indian Management Research Journal, 1(2), 2-12. Retrieved from https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1504379in 1 paragraph respond to this persons discussion posted on:Thinking about an interteam challenge* or conflict that you have either been part of or have observed in your organization. Shanice MarshPeople are people, no matter where they are at home, out on the town or at work and sometimes interteam conflict is inevitable when we come together with other groups — especially those not physically located in the same city, state or country (Hordos, 2018). As a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) analyst for a public agency, most of my job entails receiving requests from the public for records and responding to the requester within a specified time frame. Depending on the scope of the requested information, when these requests do come in, we have to task (reach out) other field offices to retrieve information not maintained in our office. Being that the Department of Homeland Security has dozens of offices located across the United States and internationally, we are often required to reach out to individuals in different time zones that we may never come into physical contact with. Conflict occurs when our office tasks a field office that goes beyond the specified deadline, which opens the unit up to potential litigation from the requester. In addition, because the information is likely to be law enforcement sensitive, the information could take weeks if not months to receive, especially if we have to task multiple offices. Unfortunately, there is little we can do to mitigate these interteam challenges from occurring because the circumstances surrounding the release of documents are compiled for law enforcement purposes and have to be carefully considered before a decision is made to release, redact or withhold records. Correspondingly, the time and operational distances between offices can not be controlled. In the end, my only suggestion is to follow up with the field offices when they do go past the deadline to ensure they are still aware of the request.