The technical-technological revolution has changed its core business activities and has created a new socio-economic and economic structure called: knowledge society, information society, digital society, digital economy and electronic economy. Enterprises are part of society they function in; therefore, they must, besides the implementation of economic objectives, pay attention to the impact they have on society and environment i.e., they should act responsibly. The growing conflict between economy, ecology and ethics (model “3E”) must solve the corporate-social responsibility and global consensus around vital issues for the survival of mankind. Because of this, we are further improving our internal regulations by strengthening corporate governance, compliance, and risk management, in order to further increase corporate vitality and transparency .Corporate governance is based on a way of sharing rights and responsibilities in a group of corporate actors, especially shareholders and managers in all areas of human activity. Environmental quality management in this coauthoring work is defined as the management of all activities in society that have or may have an impact on health and quality of life.