- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- 2 New edition
- Greenleaf Publishing
- Molthan-Hill, Petra (red.)
- 228 x 152 x 38 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 952 g
Du kanske gillar
The Business Student's Guide to Sustainable Management
Principles and Practice
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.
Fler böcker av författarna
Recensioner i media
The focal text of our review is The Business Student's Guide to Sustainable Management: Principles and Practice, edited by Petra Molthan-Hill....We chose Molthan-Hill's book due to its wide range of sustainability topics and its application to business disciplines.... The Business Student's Guide is aimed at undergraduate business and management students. One of the book's most important contributions is the discussion on how to embed sustainability in business schools. The book also offers information on a significant number of resources that could be used as a starting point either to blend into existing required traditional business courses or to develop within specialized electives. M. Starik, P. Kanashiro and E. Collins (2017), Academy of Management Learning and Education, Vol. 16, No. 3. One of the first textbooks I have come across to integrate the Sustainable Development Goals into its teaching material - excellent for both business students and students and lecturers from other disciplines, or for anyone who wants to contribute to a more sustainable future for all! Walter Leal Filho, Head of Research and Transfer Centre, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany The Business Student's Guide to Sustainable Management: Principles and Practice provides students and educators alike with a tangible guide to effectively and meaningfully embed sustainability across the curriculum. By addressing not only content but also creative pedagogical approaches to teaching, learning, and assessment the book ensures a high-quality experience for learners. I particularly appreciate the way it is designed to allow educators to pick it up and run with it, knowing that they can trust the high quality content of the seminars, whilst also enabling students to independently increase their understanding of how sustainability links to a particular topic within business. The world is in desperate need of business leaders who deeply understand sustainability and have the skills and determination to make a positive impact - this book will help to make that a reality! Quinn Runkle, Senior Project Officer - Communities and Curriculum Department for Sustainability, National Union of Students, UK This is an excellent and timely book. It is excellent because of the breadth and depth of coverage, the multiple ways in which it can be used to support different approaches to embedding sustainability in the curriculum, and the teaching and learning resources it provides. It is timely because of the way in which it integrates the Sustainable Development Goals, and so draws on and develops this new world agenda. Geoff A. Moore, Professor of Business Ethics, Durham University, UK We have a challenging and pressing journey to make in sustainability. Take this book with you - the "Sat Nav" of sustainable management. Alison Edmonds, Director, Epic Steps CIC - building leadership, career awareness and social responsibility in our young generation. Building on the impact of the first edition of The Business Student's Guide to Sustainable Management, this revised handbook is an invaluable resource for students and educators alike. It includes a wide array of learning resources - overview essays, case examples, curricular supplements (film and print), reference lists, instructional guides available to faculty - to empower the business practitioner who recognizes the necessity for, and the opportunities of, sustainable management. Mary C. Gentile, Creator/Director of Giving Voice To Values, University of Virginia Darden School of Business
Bloggat om The Business Student's Guide to Sustainab...
PETRA MOLTHAN-HILL leads the Green Academy at Nottingham Trent University, developing curricular and extra-curricular activities in Education for Sustainable Development. In 2016, Petra won the Sustainability Professional Award in the Green Gown Awards.
Forewords Jonas Haertle, Head PRME Secretariat, UN Global Compact Zoe Robinson, Director of Education for Sustainability, Keele University Introduction 1. The structure and purpose of this book Petra Molthan-Hill, Nottingham Business School 2. A new framework for embedding sustainability into the business school curriculum Petra Molthan-Hill, Susan Hill and Carole Parkes 3. NEW: Exploring sustainability and your employability Richard Howarth and Fiona Winfield 4. Integrating the three pillars of sustainability: Social, environmental and economic Aldilla Dharmasasmita, Lina Erlandsson, Jessica Willats and Seraphina Brown 5. NEW: PRME, the UN Global Compact and the Sustainable Development Goals Tabani Ndlovu Embedding sustainability into core subjects 6. Sustainability reporting Christian Herzig, and Biswaraj Ghosh 7. NEW: Designing sustainable business with the base of the pyramid Angelo P. Bisignano, Patricia H. Werhane and Michael Ehret 8. Environmental economics Rosa Maria Fernandez 9. Human resources management: developing sustainability mindsets Elaine Cohen and Daniel King 10. Sustainable marketing Helen Goworek 11. NEW: Crowdsourcing for sustainable solutions Lorinda Rowledge 12. Sustainable operations management Maggie Zeng and Roy Sratton 13. Sustainable supply chain management Lynn Oxborrow and Peter Lund-Thomsen Adding core topics to the curriculum 14. Climate change and greenhouse gas management Aldilla Dharmasasmita, Helen Puntha, Ellie Kennedy and Richard Holmes 15. Stakeholder engagement and corporate peacemaking Natalie Ralph and Ellie Kennedy Bringing it all together 16. Systems thinking and sustainable management Nestor Valero-Silva 17. Developing sustainable responsible strategies in business Mathias Schuez