No technique or technology can be successful without the human
element: the cooperation of everyone involved in the organisation.
In this sequel to Corporate Environmental Management: Systems and
Strategies Richard Welford and the contributors to this book
explore the various organizational and cultural concepts which
firmly place the corporate environmental management agenda within
the human dimension. Part One provides an introduction to
organization theory and organizational behaviour. Part Two
constructs a picture of the linkage between environmental problems
and organizational issues. Problems, challenges, contradictions and
complexities are tackled in Part Three, which looks at pragmatic
and practical approaches and examines ways in which proactive
cultures can be introduced into business. The role of values and
leadership and an overarching agenda for human resource management
are also considered. Thoughtful and accessible, and containing
contributions from Ralph Meima, Tony Emerson, Minna Halme, John
Dodge, David Jones and Rommey Tansley, this book will be of
interest to: human resource managers; students in business schools
and on environmental studies courses; busy managers within large
firms and SMEs; and individuals interested in environmental issues.
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