The second book in a series looking at management techniques which could be implemented by a business in order to improve its environmental performance, this text identifies the best practices and examines the key tools within the framework of corporate environmental management. Richard Welford and contributors explore the various organizational and cultural concepts which firmly place the corporate environmental management agenda within the human dimension.
About the Author
Richard Welford is Professor of Business Economics at the University of Huddersfield and Director of the Centre for Corporate Environmental Management.
Table of ContentsPart 1: Introduction The Ecological Challenge in Organization Theory and Organizational Behaviour Part 2: Framing the Organizational Dimensions of the Natural Environment Defining the Problem - Diagnostic Tools to Explore the Evolution of Unsustainable Practice in Organizations The Challenge of Ecological Logic - Explaining Distinctive Organizational Phenomena in Corporate Environmental Management Power, Organizational Culture and Ecological Abuse Part 3: Developing Strategies for Managerial Action Developing an Environmental Culture Through Organizational Change and Learning Reassessing Culture and Strategy - Environmental Improvements, Structure, Leadership and Control Culture Change, pluralism and Participation Human Resource Management, Strategic Organizational Capabilities and Sustainable Development