PrefaceSection I: Overview: History and the future1. Achieving sustainable effectiveness: Business not as usual Susan A. Mohrman, James O'Toole & Edward E. Lawler III 2. Corporate stewardship: Successes and failures (a selected history) James O'Toole3. Stewardship of the future: Large system change and company stewardship Sandra WaddockSection II: The leader's role4: The role of the leader in shaping the ethical culture of the corporation Kirk O. Hanson5. Leading socially responsible, value-creating corporations Daniel A. Brown & Rakesh KhuranaSection III: Strategy and organization6. Sustainability for strategic advantage: The shift to flourishing Chris Laszlo7. Designing for sustainable effectiveness: The role of embeddedness and agility Christopher G. Worley and Susan A. Mohrman8. Stewardship and human resource management: From me to we to all of us Philip H. Mirvis9. Corporate and integrated reporting: A functional perspective Robert G. Eccles & George SerafeimSection IV: The world of stakeholders10. Attaining corporate social responsibility practice in corporations:recognizing the interdependence of governments and multinational corporations Jette Steen Knudsen11. BoP 2.0: The next generation of strategy for the base of the pyramid Stuart L. Hart12. Sustainability in the developing world: An exploration of corporate responsibility and efficacy in promoting social justice Bruce Hutton & Tricia D.OlsenSection V: The view forward13. The fourth wave: Management science and practice in the age of the anthropocene Andrew J. Hoffman & John R. Ehrenfeld14. Stewardship versus the market: A skeptical perspective Paul S. Adler
Susan Albers Mohrman, James O'Toole and Ed Lawler have brought together a stellar group of thought leaders to explore the issues around corporate stewardship and sustainable effectiveness; from shaping an ethical culture to socially responsible organizations to sustainable business reporting. This is a must-read for anyone interested in sustainable people and cultures in corporate life. The Editors should be congratulated for such a comprehensive, timely and significant contribution to the management literature. -- Professor Sir Cary Cooper, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK A comprehensive overview of the challenges and opportunities faced by business leaders in managing sustainable business firms. This volume features contributions by the leading scholars on the responsibility of business in society. -- Professor David Vogel, Haas School of Business, University of California, USA I found the book very readable, with useful data, interesting ideas and clear. -- Professor David Grayson, Director of the Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility, Cranfield School of Management
SUSAN A. MOHRMAN, JAMES O'TOOLE AND EDWARD E. LAWLER III are all senior researchers at the University of Southern California.
"A comprehensive overview of the challenges and opportunities faced by business leaders in managing sustainable business firms. This volume features contributions by the leading scholars on the responsibility of business in society."-- (05/05/2015)