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Managing Sustainable Development Programmes: A Learning Approach to Change

by Göran Brulin & Lennart Svensson

Project work, driven by competent project leaders drives positive outcomes. Unfortunately these optimistic initial results are often short-sighted with few evaluations of their long-term impact. The research...


Partners for Good: Business, Government and the Third Sector

by Tom Levitt

After a century in which charities suspected the motives of cynical business people, and business people dismissed the contributions of amateur volunteers, the two sectors are coming together today as never...


Sustainability in Project Management

by Gilbert Silvius, Ron Schipper & Julia Planko

The concept of sustainability has grown in recognition and importance. The pressure on companies to broaden their reporting and accountability from economic performance for shareholders, to sustainability performance...


A Short Guide to Political Risk

by Robert McKellar

What does political risk really mean to a company who relies on operations in unstable areas for competitiveness and growth? What does it mean for a specific operation of strategic significance, and how can...


Longer Lasting Products: Alternatives To The Throwaway Society

by Tim Cooper

The present economic system requires us to consume and throw away more and more goods. Yet often it's our desire, and the best interests of the environment, for these goods to last. The contributors to this...


How to Run a Successful Design Business: The New Professional Practice

by Shan Preddy

Whether you're experienced or just starting out, How to Run a Successful Design Business: The New Professional Practice covers everything owners and managers of design firms need to know.


Crime and Corruption in Organizations: Why It Occurs and What To Do About It

by Ronald J. Burke, Edward C. Tomlinson & Cary L. Cooper

Although increasing attention has been paid to it, there are no signs that crime and corruption in organizations is decreasing, so if you're a manager or government policy maker, and your mandate is to reduce...


Managing Market Relationships: Methodological and Empirical Insights

by Adam Lindgreen

Sole reliance on traditional marketing practices can cost a lot of money for little gain.

That's why establishing, developing, and maintaining market relationships with customers and other stakeholders is often...


Safety Culture: Assessing and Changing the Behaviour of Organisations

by John Bernard Taylor

Facility safety is an important commercial risk and it has to be managed insists John Taylor in Safety Culture. Following an accident, the lack of a 'good' safety management system, compounded by a 'poor' safety...


Making Ecopreneurs: Developing Sustainable Entrepreneurship

by Michael Schaper

The first edition of this book looked at the emergence of 'ecopreneurs' – environmental entrepreneurs gaining competitive advantage for their firms through understanding and utilising green issues. These green...


Proactive Law for Managers: A Hidden Source of Competitive Advantage

by George Siedel & Helena Haapio

Savvy managers no longer look at contracts and the law reactively but use them proactively to reduce their costs, minimize their risks, secure key talent, collaborate to innovate, protect intellectual property,...


Marketing and Multicultural Diversity

by C.P. Rao

As populations become increasingly mobile and production is globalized, every country and region in the world is becoming multicultural in social composition. Such multicultural market environments call for...


Gender and Communication at Work

by Mary Barrett & Marilyn J. Davidson

Written by leading researchers from four continents, this book offers a broad and contemporary assessment of the ways in which gender affects workplace communication and how this in turn influences people’s...


The Anatomy of Fraud and Corruption: Organizational Causes and Remedies

by Tomas Brytting, Richard Minogue & Veronica Morino

This ground-breaking book explores what happens when the fine line between competitive excellence and fraudulent and corrupt practice is crossed. Whilst most fraud literature focuses on the individual perpetrator,...


The Business of Europe is Politics: Business Opportunity, Economic Nationalism and the Decaying Atlantic Alliance

by Dimitris N. Chorafas

It is no secret that Europe is currently undergoing a major economic and social crisis, so it is essential says Dimitris Chorafas that leaders of industry and finance within the EU, or doing business with the...


Managing Project Supply Chains

by Ron Basu

The success of any project relies on the punctual, accurate and cost-effective delivery of materials, systems and facilities. Typically, a major project involves several stakeholders working together with controlled...


Assessment Centres and Global Talent Management

by Nigel Povah & George C. Thornton III

Assessment Centres and Global Talent Management focuses on strategies that influence the design of the assessment centre in terms of the competencies being assessed, the exercises that are used and the nature...


No Waste: Managing Sustainability in Construction

by Uly Ma

Sustainability is a critical issue for the construction industry. In the short term, sustainability is often seen as a 'must do' item. In the longer term, all contractors will be seeing it as a source of competitive...


A Short Guide to Facilitating Risk Management: Engaging People to Identify, Own and Manage Risk

by Penny Pullan & Ruth Murray-Webster

A Short Guide to Facilitating Risk Management is for all those who need to make sound decisions in important but risky situations; people who work with groups to identify, prioritize and respond to risks, and...


A Short Guide to Operational Risk

by David Tattam

There is a growing awareness across both public and private sectors, that the key to embedding an effective risk culture lies in raising the general education and understanding of risk at every level in the...