A to Z of corporate social responsibility (2nd edition)
An easy-to-use guide to the rapidly expanding field of corporate social responsibility, featuring around 350 entries: from general concepts such as sustainability, stakeholder management, business ethics and human rights to more specific topics such as carbon trading, microfinance, biodiversity, the Base of the Pyramid model and globalisation.
Building a resilient organisation
How to design your business strategy to build a prosperous and sustainable business. The book helps readers to understand resilience within organisations and how it can be measured, assessed and enhanced.
Companies limited by guarantee
A guide to the incorporation and structure of a company limited by guarantee (CLG) and the managerial and administrative functions. Includes information about newer types of entities that use the CLG structure such as community interest companies (CICs) and academy trusts.
Corpocracy: how CEOs and the business roundtable hijacked the world's greatest wealth machine - and how to get it back
The book argues that profit-driven corporate governance has had a negative effect on society. It makes a case for shareholder activism as a means of creating a culture of corporate social responsibility.
Corporate governance: a practical guide to the legal frameworks and international codes of practice
The book covers corporate governance in the English-speaking world, its application to different business sectors, duties of directors and the company secretary, the Combined Code and financial reporting, business risk management, internal control, audit, IT governance, and corporate social responsibility.
Creating value in a regulated world: CFO perspectives
The book is built around a series of interviews with top finance executives. It contains chapters on the current and future regulatory regimes, driving growth and innovation through financial management, business partnering, leveraging risk and regulation, and becoming a sustainable business.
Environmental accounting, sustainability and accountability
The book closely explores how organizations can embed care for the environment as fundamental to their functioning... [and] covers traditional accounting as a measuring instrument, contemporary advances and unresolved problems, alternative perspectives and recent developments.
Environmental reporting has become far more prominent in recent years due to increasing legislation and greater customer interest. This eBook focuses on environmental reporting requirements for UK organisations including the measurement of environmental impacts. It also covers voluntary reporting and likely future developments.
Essentials of business ethics: creating an organisation of high integrity and superior performance
The book contains chapters on the background of corporate ethics, hiring ethical people, codes of ethics and codes of conduct, ethical decision-making framework; business ethics training, and respecting employee diversity. It also covers best practice guidelines for sustaining strong business ethics, including reporting systems, performance appraisals, and social responsibility.
Handbook of globalisation and environmental policy: National government Interventions in a global arena
This handbook examines the effects of globalisation on environmental governance in 25 essays under 5 major headings: overview; national policies in a globalised world; national influence in supranational forums; public-private interactions. Covers environmental policies, sustainable development, environmental stewardship.
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