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3rd Edition

Sustainable Management
A Complete Guide for Faculty and Students

Edited By

Petra Molthan-Hill




  • Available for pre-order on July 10, 2023. Item will ship after July 31, 2023
ISBN 9781032253756
July 31, 2023 Forthcoming by Routledge
1112 Pages 46 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Sustainable Management: The Complete Guide for Faculty and Students is both a core textbook, and a guide for teachers in one convenient volume. It has become a go-to for undergraduate sustainability, green and CSR teaching, and this new edition builds on the success of the last, keeping the contents up to date with this important and fast-developing area.

This unique text provides comprehensive materials to support staff wanting to integrate sustainability into their teaching and provides support to effectively embed sustainability into their curriculum. The chapters also offer a starting point in developing teaching units for master’s and MBA students. The material is not just useful to people in business schools, but to those involved in wider scale curriculum change, and those looking to make links between different disciplines (for example, how to teach system thinking, corporate peace-making and the crowdsourcing of sustainable solutions), with each chapter following the same easy-to-use format.

This third edition includes a new chapter on climate change education, as well as thorough updates to cover changes in the field and environment, such as resilient responses to crisis, the impact of COVID on sustainable management, social justice issues, AI and blockchain. It contains over 40 ready-made workshops which enable teachers and students to integrate the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into every discipline in business, including economics, operations, marketing, HR, and financial reporting. Each chapter follows the same easy-to-use format.

Online Teaching Notes to accompany each chapter are available on request with the purchase of the book.

Table of Contents

Contents

Foreword by Dr Mette Morsing, Head of PRME, UN Global Compact, New York

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Setting the scene

The structure and purpose of this book

Petra Molthan-Hill

A new framework for embedding sustainability into the business school curriculum Petra Molthan-Hill, Carole Parkes, Susan Hill and Rajul Singh

Introduction XX

Suggested sessions XX

Additional teaching material and ideas XX

Further reading XX

Climate Change Mitigation Education in Business Schools: Now It Is Time to Save the Day! Petra Molthan-Hill, Lia Blaj-Ward, Jennifer S.A. Leigh, and Florian Kapmeier

Introduction XX

Suggested sessions XX

Additional teaching material and ideas XX

Further reading XX

Sustainable and Employable Graduates

Fiona Winfield and Richard Howarth

Introduction XX

Suggested sessions XX

Additional teaching material and ideas XX

Further reading XX

Integrating the three pillars of sustainability: Social, environmental, and economic
Aldilla Dharmasasmita and Sigrun M. Wagner

Introduction 42

Suggested sessions 63

Additional teaching material and ideas 74

Further reading 76

PRME, the UN Global Compact and the Sustainable Development Goals Tabani Ndlovu and Sihle Ndlovu

Introduction 84

Suggested sessions 98

Additional teaching material and ideas 112

Further reading 113

 

Embedding sustainability into core subjects

Sustainability reporting Christian Herzig and Biswaraj Ghosh

Introduction 84

Suggested sessions 98

Additional teaching material and ideas 112

Further reading 113

Designing Sustainable Business with the Base of the Pyramid

Angelo P. Bisignano, Patricia H. Werhane, and Michael Ehret

Introduction 84

Suggested sessions 98

Additional teaching material and ideas 112

Further reading 113

 

Economics for a low carbon future Rosa Maria Fernandez

Introduction 120

Suggested sessions 134

Additional teaching material and ideas 141

Further reading 144

Human resources management: developing a sustainability mindset

Daniel King and Elaine Cohen

Introduction 148

Suggested sessions 160

Additional teaching material and ideas 165

Further reading 167

Sustainable marketing Helen Goworek and Angela Green

Introduction 170

Suggested sessions 188

Additional teaching material and ideas 193

Further reading 194

Crowdsourcing for sustainable solutions Lorinda R. Rowledge

Introduction 84

Suggested sessions 98

Additional teaching material and ideas 112

Further reading 113

 

Sustainable operations management Roy Stratton, Maggie Zeng, Aquila Yeong, Talal Alsharief

Introduction 198

Suggested sessions 208

Additional teaching material and ideas 212

Further reading 214

Sustainable supply chain management Lynn Oxborrow

Introduction 218

Suggested sessions 228

Additional teaching material and ideas 234

Further reading 236

Adding core topics to the curriculum

Climate change and greenhouse gas management
Richard Holmes, Al Dharmasasmita, Helen Puntha and Ellie Kennedy

Introduction 276

Suggested sessions 300

Additional teaching material and ideas 314

Further reading 316

Stakeholder engagement and corporate peacemaking Natalie Ralph and Ellie Kennedy

Introduction 321

Suggested sessions 336

Additional teaching material and ideas 350

Further reading 353

Bringing it all together

Systems thinking and sustainable management Néstor Valero-Silva

Introduction 362

Suggested sessions 380

Additional teaching material and ideas 385

Further reading 388

Developing sustainably responsible strategies in business Mathias Schüz

Introduction 239

Suggested sessions 259

Additional teaching material and ideas 267

Further reading 270

 

Acknowledgements 392

Biographies 394

Index 401

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Editor(s)

Biography

Dr Petra Molthan-Hill, PhD, is Professor of Sustainable Management and Education for Sustainable Development at Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University (NTU), UK, and Co-Chair of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) Working Group on Climate change and environment.