Citizenship and Sustainability in Organizations
Exploring and Spanning the Boundaries
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Citizenship and Sustainability in Organizations: Exploring and Spanning the Boundaries is the first book in the series of the same name and takes new conceptual thinking from some of the leading contributors published in the Journal of Corporate Citizenship on the topics of personal responsibility, citizenship, influencing and leading change for sustainability and personal benefit, and the sustainability of organizations. All the chapter authors are leading thinkers, who are pushing the boundaries of conventional thinking about corporate citizenship and sustainability to generate new models and practices.
The book’s core message is that the environment within which organizations and individuals act is undergoing significant change and disruption. Existing social responsibility, citizenship and sustainability models and frameworks need to be adapted, abandoned or transformed. This book represents a starting point for debates about these challenges and presents commentaries, controversies, essays and insights that aim to be provocative and engaging, raise the important issues of the day and provide observations on what may be too new yet to be the subject of empirical and theoretical studies.
The book is aimed at researchers and students in corporate citizenship, sustainability, responsibility and business ethics, corporate governance and critical management studies.
Table of Contents
Part I: People
1. (Intellectual) Shamans as Transformational Change Makers
2. The Importance of Psychopathic Leadership for Citizenship and Sustainability
Clive Boddy and Tom Baxter
3. Putting Human Rights on the Corporate Agenda: From the Amnesty Business Group to the UN Guiding Principles and Beyond
Luke Wilde and Geoffrey Chandler
Part II: Partners
4. Stewardship Behaviours in Sustainable Supply Chain Management
5. In the Company of Rebels: Towards a Role for Cross-Sector Partnering in Radical Change and Deep Adaptation to Climate Chaos.
6. Factoring the Family into Corporate Citizenship
Claire Seaman and Richard Bent
7. Rural Innovation Ecosystems: Thriving through Diverse Collaboration
Alison Marshall and David F. Murphy
Part III: Processes
8. 18 Up: Are Sustainability Leaders from 2001 still Delivering Superior Financial Returns?
9. Dethroning Shareholder Primacy: The Imperative to Redesign Transnational Corporations.
10. Ingredients for Our Common Future: Fourth Generation Sustainable Business Models and the Need for Developing Sustainability Intelligence
Lars Moratis and Frans Melissen
11. Planet Home
David F. Murphy is Deputy Director of the Institute for Leadership and Sustainability, University of Cumbria. He has worked in a variety of organisational settings, including academia, NGOs, business, the UN system, community networks and independent consultancy from global to local levels.
Alison Marshall is Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Cumbria. She has worked in business, academia and consultancy at the interface between innovators, users and organisations throughout her working life.