qSince this classic book was first published in 2003, sustainability has increasingly become mainstream business for leading corporations, whilst the topic itself has also been a hotly debated political issue across the globe. The models originally discussed in the book have become more relevant with ever more examples of organizations at later stages in the development of corporate sustainability.This new edition integrates new research and brings illustrative case studies up to date to reflect how new approaches affect change and leadership. For the first time, a new positive model of a future sustainable world is included - strengthened by references to the global financial crisis, burgeoning world population numbers, peak oil and the rise of China. With new case studies including BP's Gulf oil spill and Tokyo Electric Company's nuclear reactor disaster, this new edition will again be core reading for students and researchers of sustainability and business, organizational change and corporate social responsibilityq--According to the exponents of what is now a social movement, collaborative consumption through renting and sharing resources, or using ... from retailers a examples include the peer-to-peer rental services of various types, such as cars, landspace, rental rooms and tools. ... advantage. Natural capitalism as a business model is based on the principle of increasing the productivity of natural resources.
|Title||:||Organizational Change for Corporate Sustainability|
|Author||:||Suzanne Benn, Dexter Dunphy, Andrew Griffiths|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-05-09|