Sustainability Pocketbook (ebook only)

Patricia Hind


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Managing sustainability is fast becoming critical to business success – to meeting customer and stakeholder expectations. The Sustainability Pocketbook is for managers who want to get involved in this area but are not sure where to start or what they can realistically do. You may not have direct responsibility for environmental issues within your job, but you can make a difference. Starting by defining and demystifying the topic, the Sustainability Pocketbook sets out a model for sustainability within six main areas of activity (environment, workplace, supply chain, marketplace, stakeholders and community). Full of useful frameworks and relevant topical cases from around the world, it encourages you to challenge current thinking and practices in order to create and deliver an action plan. If you want to find practical tips to help you embed sustainability into your everyday work, this is the place to start.

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Patricia Hind

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paperback, ebook

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Paperback Pages


Paperback Dimensions

105 x 148 x 7 mm

Paperback ISBN

978 1 906610 52 4

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“Focuses not only on the whys and wherefores of embedding sustainability within businesses, but also on the how. Immensely practical and full of tools to help frame, implement and maintain value-adding sustainability strategy.”
Colin Braidwood, Managing Director, Energy ABC Ltd

“A great introduction to a crucial subject that every manager today needs to understand and put at the heart of their work.”
Matthew Gitsham, Director of the Ashridge Centre for Business in Society


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