The Sustainability Mindset

Author by : Steve Zimmerman
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Developing A Sustainability Mindset In Management Education

Author by : Kerul Kassel
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : With an expanding awareness of the challenges of sustainability, featured more in the daily news than in higher education textbooks, scholars and faculty have been called to connect their syllabi to the ‘real world’. This book doesn’t just offer the ‘why’; it offers the ‘how’ through presenting the definition and model of the ‘sustainability mindset’ to help educators frame curricula to facilitate broad and deep systemic learning among current and future leaders. A sustainability mindset is intended to help individuals analyze complex management challenges and generate truly innovative solutions. The sustainability mindset breaks away from traditional management disciplinary silos by integrating management ethics, entrepreneurship, environmental studies, systems thinking, self-awareness and spirituality within the dimensional contexts of thinking (knowledge), being (values) and doing (competency). This book is aimed at professors, faculty members, instructors, teaching assistants, researchers and doctoral students in higher learning management education programs. Chapter contributors are all teaching professionals from programs around the world, who have been doing research and creating curricula, assessments, tools, and more for the students in their classes, and the book will be globally applicable.


Exam Prep For Developing A Sustainability Mindset In

Author by : David Mason
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rico Publications
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Description : Business is the activity of making one's living or making money by producing or buying and selling products (such as goods and services). This book provides over 2,000 Exam Prep questions and answers to accompany the text Developing a Sustainability Mindset in ... Items include highly probable exam items: ratification, Employment law, Indictment, Negotiation, summary judgment, Reasonable person, Uniform Electronic Transactions Act, Common carrier, Specific performance, Offeree, Affirmative action, and more.


Uncertainty Diversity And The Common Good

Author by : Stefan Gröschl
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : Because of a management model emphasizing standardization and a one-size-fits-all approach, the previous good health of firms depended on economic performance and maximizing shareholder value. The enduring financial crisis and the ensuing leadership void have forced us all to reconsider the rules of the game and to take into account economic and social factors, in order to address the needs of an unpredictable world. In Uncertainty, Diversity and The Common Good, contributors from leading academic institutions around the World discuss different models of socially responsible global leadership. Their perspectives embrace philosophy; sociology; psychology; ecological and environmental economics; management; and entrepreneurship. Together they explore unpredictability and how being responsible for social as well as economic outcomes requires intelligences that enable managers to adapt and to develop a sustainable, lasting and consistent managerial approach. Working with local communities, integrating minorities, and redistributing wealth, they say, requires a new model of socially responsible leadership that brings together dimensions that are incompatible within existing paradigms. This book indicates what new paradigms might look like, with particular regard to the issue of diversity as an asset with which to confront uncertainty. Case studies tell of leaders working with diversity to create social change and new visions of leadership that are impacting social and cultural norms. This leads to discussion of the nature and diversity of leadership itself which will be helpful to academic researchers and higher level students, as well as policy makers and practitioners.


Managing Sustainability In The Hospitality And Tourism Industry

Author by : Vinnie Jauhari
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : This new book focuses on the important concern of sustainability in tourism and hospitality industry. As the world’s natural resource base is limited, the world is looking for solutions in the domains of energy, water, alternate building materials, resource redeployment, and sustainable livelihoods as well. The tourism and hospitality industry is a large deployer of natural and created resources. Some of the themes the book addresses include: designing sustainable restaurants sustainable accommodation practices designing green hotels energy conservation in hotels- a Green Approach technology and sustainability marketing sustainability to consumers sustainable culinary practices sustainable employee practices sustainable equipment design for the hospitality industry sustainable tourism practices sustainable transport practices sustainable tourism destinations/cities The book takes sustainability beyond the realms of external factors that matter to an organization. The authors look at various constituents of the hospitality sector and analyze each of those from a sustainability standpoint. The book includes case studies that are global in nature and that show how sustainable applications can be used and how concerns can be addressed. Environmental challenges are also discussed. This book is futuristic with lot of practical insights for the students, faculty,. and practitioners. Since the contributors are from across the globe, it is fascinating to see the global benchmarks.


Reconstructing Value

Author by : Elizabeth Kurucz
Languange : en
Publisher by : University of Toronto Press
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Description : Reconstructing Value helps readers to build integrative thinking skills that can assist them with becoming successful sustainability champions within their organizations.


Environmental Management Sustainable Development And Human Health

Author by : Eddie N. Laboy-Nieves
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Total Read : 86
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Description : Sustainable development is now considered by many organizations and their stakeholders the model to follow. An increasing number of companies currently act and communicate based on their triple performance (i.e. economic, environmental and social). Educators and scientists can follow this example by keeping in mind the bigger picture when it comes doing research and educating young people, helping improve the overall health of the society in which we live. This book assesses some of the major environmental problems facing developing and developed regions of the world and suggests solutions for resolving them. It discusses environmental education projects that help to raise awareness in young people about the interrelationships between pollution, the environment and society.


Strategic Planning For Nonprofit Organizations

Author by : Michael Allison
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : The bestselling guide to nonprofit planning, with proven,practical advice Strategic Planning for Nonprofit Organizations describesa proven method for creating an effective, organized, actionablestrategy, tailored to the unique needs of the nonprofitorganization. Now in its third edition, this bestselling manualcontains new information about the value of plans, specificguidance toward business planning, and additional information aboutthe strategic plan document itself. Real-world case studiesillustrate different planning and implementation scenarios andtechniques, and the companion website offers templates, tools, andworksheets that streamline the process. The book provides expertinsight, describing common misperceptions and pitfalls to avoid,helping readers craft a strategic plan that adheres to the corevalues of the organization. A well-honed strategic plan helps nonprofit managers setpriorities, and acquire and allocate the resources necessary toachieve their goals. It also provides a framework for handlingchallenges, and keeps the focus on the organization's priorities.Strategic Planning for Nonprofit Organizations is anexcellent source of guidance for managers at nonprofits of everysize and budget, helping readers to: Identify the reasons for planning, and gather information frominternal and external stakeholders Assess the current situation accurately, and agree onpriorities, mission, values, and vision Prioritize goals and objectives for the plan, and develop adetailed implementation strategy Evaluate and monitor a changing environment, updating roles,goals, and parameters as needed Different organizations have different needs, processes,resources, and priorities. The one thing they have in common is theneed for a no-nonsense approach to planning with practical guidanceand a customizable framework. Strategic Planning for NonprofitOrganizations takes the fear out of planning, with expertguidance on the nonprofit's most vital management activity.


Accounting For Sustainability

Author by : Anthony G. Hopwood
Languange : en
Publisher by : Earthscan
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Description : If businesses and other organizations are to meet the many and complex challenges of sustainable development, then they all, both public and private, need to embed sustainability considerations into their decision-making and reporting. However, the translation of this aspiration into effective action is often inhibited by the lack of systems and procedures that take sustainability into account.Accounting for Sustainability: Practical Insights will help organizations to address these issues. The book sets out a number of tools and approaches that have been developed and applied by leading organizations to:- embed sustainability into decision-making, extending beyond an organization's boundaries to take into account suppliers, customers and other stakeholders;- measure and link sustainability and financial performance; - integrate sustainability into 'mainstream' reporting, both to management and external stakeholders. In-depth cases studies from Aviva, BT, the Environment Agency, EDF Energy, HSBC, Novo Nordisk, Sainsbury's and West Sussex County Council show in detail how accounting for sustainability works in practice in a wide range of organizational contexts. Published with The Prince's Charities: Accounting for Sustainability


Sufficiency Thinking

Author by : Gayle C. Avery
Languange : en
Publisher by : Allen & Unwin
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Description : Our world is under pressure, with growing inequalities in wealth and access to food and clean water. We depend too heavily on polluting fuels and diminishing natural resources. Traditional cultural practices are being swamped by global popular culture. The Thai model of sufficiency thinking aims to transform the mindset of a whole population to achieve the seemingly impossible: enriching everyone's lives in a truly sustainable way. Innovative management practices developed by King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand have been applied across Thailand in agriculture, education, business, government and community organisations for over two decades. In this book, chapters written by eminent Thai scholars explain sufficiency thinking and review its implementation in different sectors including community development, business, agriculture, health care, schools, and even in prisons. Is Thailand unique in having discovered the holy grail of a more responsible form of capitalism? No, it is not, but it is the first country whose government has adopted this kind of thinking as national policy. '...we obviously need to revise dramatically our thinking about the outlines of a just economy and a decent society in which everyone can lead dignified lives. Sufficiency Thinking provides creative approaches to this quandary and this important volume is a brilliant addition to the growing literature critical of mainstream business-as-usual ideology.' - John Komlos, Professor Emeritus, University of Munich