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At a time when the effects of climate change are becoming all too real for ordinary citizens around the world, this essential textbook offers insight into how managers can shape and influence the development of sustainability practices as a means of tackling some of the most pressing social, economic, and environmental challenges.
Featuring a distinctly international array of case studies and examples, as well as learning outcomes, definitions, questions, tasks and further reading, Introduction to Global Sustainable Management provides readers with a valuable understanding of how
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At a time when the effects of climate change are becoming all too real for ordinary citizens around the world, this essential textbook offers insight into how managers can shape and influence the development of sustainability practices as a means of tackling some of the most pressing social, economic, and environmental challenges.

Featuring a distinctly international array of case studies and examples, as well as learning outcomes, definitions, questions, tasks and further reading, Introduction to Global Sustainable Management provides readers with a valuable understanding of how sustainable management practices can be implemented in different industry sectors across the globe.

Suitable for upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students of sustainable management-related courses.

A Tutor s Guide, PowerPoint slides and selected SAGE Business Cases are available to instructors via the companion website.

Colin Combe is a senior lecturer in strategic management at Glasgow Caledonian University, UK.
Autorenporträt
Dr Colin Combe is a senior lecturer in strategic management at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU). He is academic lead for the MSc International Business Management programme and teaches modules in strategic management, sustainability, corporate social responsibility, entrepreneurship and innovation to a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. His research interests are in sustainable innovation strategies, innovation in the creative industries and e-commerce. Previously, he has worked as research consultant for the World Bank culminating in a report into business capacities in Eastern Europe. Colin has generated research income by representing GCU on the ERDF funded INNOVATE project that focused on economic growth strategies for the knowledge-based and creative industries in the Atlantic Area of Europe. He has also been GCU principal investigator for the ERDF funded HARVEST ATLANTIC project researching economic development of the maritime economy and lead partner for the 4H-CREATE project for the development of innovation in the creative industries. He is the author of two books on e-commerce and management.