Management for a small planet: strategic decision making and the environment
Sage Publications, Mar 30, 1992 - Business & Economics - 212 pages
This innovative book is the first on environmental issues aimed at management students and practitioners. Its purpose is to help managers make strategic decisions that are both economically successful and sensitive to the Earth's natural environment. The book is designed to: educate managers about current national and global environmental issues, particularly as they relate to economic activities; introduce a range of social, scientific, psychological and economic concepts related to environmentally sensitive strategic decisions; and offer a new strategic decision-making framework to help achieve long-term economic success within the limits of the ecosystem.
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Its Time for a Change
The Issue Wheel
Framework for a Small Planet
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achieve acid rain assumptions Bader basic business organizations Chapter chemicals choices cognitive complex concerns consumption costs current economic customers Daly & Cobb Daly and Cobb depletion develop discussed E. F. Schumacher Earth ecological economic activity economic growth economic paradigm economic system economic theory economist ecosystem Ehrlich employees energy sources enterprise strategy entropy environmental problems ethical investing example factors factors of production firm firm's Fritjof Capra Gaia theory global goals green consumers Halal Herman Daly human humankind implementing increasing individual industrial limits living system long-term management paradigm ment mental million nations natural capital natural environment natural resources nomic organizational ozone perceptions pollution population processes profits recycled reduce relationship require ronmental says small planet smart growth social society species stakeholders strategic decision makers strategic managers subsystems survival sustainability strategies tion tive toxic TQM-based United values wastes