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  • Mainstreaming sustainable business


    This book covers 20 years ‘coming of age’ of a discipline and a department. It reveals the unfolding narrative of the Department of Business Society Management at the Rotterdam School of Management and the way staff, students and practitioners interacted in defining and studying topics of relevance over the years.

    Mainstreaming societal business includes a chapter about the development of the discipline during the first two decades of the twenty-first century, written by Rob van Tulder, Lucas Meijs and Muel Kaptein. It also includes a collection of reflections of B-SM alumni on their study in relation to their current key positions as a professional.

    A must read for everyone who wants to know what sustainable business is, was and will be about.

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  • Getting all the Motives Right – Driving International Corporate Responsibility (ICR) to the Next Level


    Getting all the Motives Right applies the latest insights from organizational psychology, organization sience and business model literature (amongst others) to help managers better understand their own motivations to become more sustainable and show ways to effectively realize these ambitions. This book includes concrete tools for managers, such as a distance map, issue priority schemes, partnership portfolio strategies, identification of tipping points and the like.

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  • Tijd voor de Betekeniseconomie


    Oneindige economische groei als oplossing voor alles? Individuele hebzucht als belangrijkste menselijke drijfveer? Bedrijven die ten koste van alles winst moeten maken? Dit boek vertelt je een ander verhaal over onze economie.

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