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Finance and Society in 21st Century China: Chinese Culture Versus Western Markets

by Junie T. Tong

Finance and Society in 21st Century China considers how far the modern economy is disconnected from Chinese culture and history, and questions the common assumption that China has outgrown its reliance on its...


The New Cultures of Food: Marketing Opportunities from Ethnic, Religious and Cultural Diversity

by Adam Lindgreen & Martin K. Hingley

This book provides a comprehensive collection of cutting-edge research on creating opportunities from diversity, especially in terms of consequences for agribusiness and food businesses and appropriate marketing...


Sustainable Growth in a Post-Scarcity World: Consumption, Demand, and the Poverty Penalty

by Philip Sadler

Philip Sadler agrees with those who believe the relief of global poverty cannot be based on aid and corporate philanthropy alone. In Sustainable Growth in a Post-Scarcity World he explores the way global companies...


Managing Sustainable Development Programmes: A Learning Approach to Change

by Göran Brulin & Lennart Svensson

Managing Sustainable Development Programmes is about understanding the difficulties and complexities of large change programmes and projects in both the private and public sectors. The authors' research reveals...


Partners for Good: Business, Government and the Third Sector

by Tom Levitt

The third sector has increased its business capacity through the experience gained from a decade of providing commissioned services to the public sector. Society today expects employers to do more to engage...


Sustainability in Project Management

by Gilbert Silvius, Ron Schipper & Julia Planko

Sustainability is one of the most important challenges of our time. How can we develop prosperity, without compromising the life of future generations? Companies are integrating ideas of sustainability in their...


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

In this provocative book, the creation of product durability and the design of longer-lasting products emerge as an absolutely vital element in the pursuit of sustainability. Its multi-disciplinary approach...


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

This volume examines the causes and consequences of crime and corruption in organizations, and the choices we face in our efforts to eradicate these social maladies. This is the most up-to-date thinking on both...


Transformation Management: Towards the Integral Enterprise

by Ronnie Lessem & Alexander Schieffer

Transformation management, argue the authors of this inspirational book, now provides the opportunity for the application of the first significant world-wide innovation in the way we manage since Drucker put...


Managing Market Relationships: Methodological and Empirical Insights

by Adam Lindgreen

Managing Market Relationships explains what relationship marketing entails, how it is implemented, how it evolves, and how it is controlled. Readers are introduced to the buyer-seller market exchange model that...


Safety Culture: Assessing and Changing the Behaviour of Organisations

by John Bernard Taylor

Safety culture is a complex social/scientific concept and Dr Taylor demystifies it with reference to theory normally associated with mainstream business development and change processes. Sections of the book...


Making Ecopreneurs: Developing Sustainable Entrepreneurship

by Michael Schaper

Bringing researchers, policymakers and business people up to date with the latest developments in the world of ecopreneurs, this timely new edition of Schaper's book updates and adds to the case studies of entrepreneurs...


Proactive Law for Managers: A Hidden Source of Competitive Advantage

by George Siedel & Helena Haapio

Proactive Law for Managers deals with contracts and contracting, showing their profound impact on business strategy and how you, as a manager, can design your contracts and contracting processes to promote business...


Marketing and Multicultural Diversity

by C.P. Rao

As populations become increasingly mobile and production is globalized, countries and regions around the world are becoming multicultural in social composition. Such multicultural market environments call for...


Gender and Communication at Work

by Mary Barrett & Marilyn J. Davidson

An up-to-date review of theory and research on how gender affects communication at work, it considers 'new' workplaces such as e-business and non-managerial work as well as cross-cultural dimensions and service...


The Anatomy of Fraud and Corruption: Organizational Causes and Remedies

by Tomas Brytting, Richard Minogue & Veronica Morino

Using actual cases and investigations, the organizational conditions that give rise to fraud and corruption are explored. The authors then provide important insights as to how employees may be trained and motivated...


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

by Dimitris N. Chorafas

An investigation into the particular nature of the European cocktail of business and politics, explaining how this affects both trade and relations between, for example, continental Europe and the UK, Europe...


Managing Project Supply Chains

by Ron Basu

A major project has many suppliers, contractors and customers; it has procurement and supply, demand planning and scheduling; it often lasts over several years and has longer lead times. Therefore it can be...