Critical Cases on the Downside of Business
The third collection of outstanding contributions from the Critical Management Studies (CMS) Division of the Academy of Management (AOM) in the Dark Side series. Cases challenge business practice in ways not tackled elsewhere.
Integrating Sustainability into Management Education
This edited collection explores the conceptual and practical issues of how responsible management education can help address the social, environmental, and humanitarian impacts of business organizations.
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How a Single Organizing Idea can Change Business for Good
Drawing on stories and case studies, this book examines how businesses can align operations with a core ethos, or 'Single Organizing Idea', to realise profound benefits at both a commercial and societal level.
Reframing Governance for Directors and Politicians
This book continues and widens the debate generated by Garratt’s long-selling success, The Fish Rots from the Head. It suggests, at the corporate and national level, how our concepts of leadership and governance can be reframed, developed and improved.
A Compass for Sustainable Innovation
This book breaks down the factors that are currently constraining society’s ability to function more sustainably. It also provides guidance to help leaders reduce the risk that is commonly associated with deploying more sustainable innovations.
Countervailing Power and the Global Mining Industry
This book explores how mining companies strategize, operationalize and relate to the problems of social responsibility and the connected challenges. With analysis informed by observance of the industry over many years, it will be valuable to practitioners and academics.
The Case for Responsible Business and Management
"Indigenous Aspirations and Rights" examines the intersection of business with Indigenous peoples’ rights. It considers implications for both management and Indigenous peoples, and examines how the PRME, the UN Global Compact, and the concept of socially responsible business can encompass positive outcomes for Indigenous peoples.
Designing Business for a Crowded Planet
"Frugal Value" contests the notion that the answer to our socio-economic and environmental crises lies in existing “sustainable business” practices, which too-often mean business-as-usual. This book re-thinks the fundamental purpose and role of business to understand how commercial firms might help address the great challenges of our time.
Using evidence from neuroscience and business research, this book demonstrates how meditative practice can transform businesses into sustainable and flourishing enterprises. It also challenges many pre-conceived ideas about what a sustainably successful organization is and how it should be run.
Today's Shamans as Difference Makers
This book is an accessible follow up to "Intellectual Shamans". It takes shamanistic teachings and uses them to outline the ways in which individuals can find meaning in their work, no matter what their occupation or set of interests.
5 Pillars of Organizational Quality and Global Sustainability
Offers a coherent model based on 5 pillars to develop resilient and agile work environments: human capital; disruption resilience; talent management; agility; and sustainable quality standards.