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Managing Green Teams: Environmental Change in Organisations and Networks
To reach environmental excellence, organisations must unlock and channel the ideas and energies of their staff. This can only be achieved through the effective leadership and commitment of senior managers and the development of sound teamworking throughout the organisation. To this end, forward-looking organisations have formulated a range of teams, including: environmental steering committees; environmental action teams; process improvement teams; and quality and environment circles.

Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary Material
pp. i-xiii(13)

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Introduction: Teams and the Management of Environmental Problems
pp. 13-20(8)
Authors: Moxen, John; Strachan, Peter A.

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Corporate Commitment to the Natural Environment
pp. 35-47(13)
Authors: Keogh, Paul Douglas; Polonsky, Michael Jay

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A Team-Based Approach to Graduate Education
pp. 48-60(13)
Authors: Perry, Jim; Anderson, Sharon; Davis, Pam; Bryson, John

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Managing the Environmental Change Process
pp. 83-101(19)
Authors: Post, James E.; Altman, Barbara W.

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The Challenges of Internal Change Management
pp. 102-111(10)
Authors: Moxen, John; Strachan, Peter A.

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Teamworking for Environmental Excellence in a University Context
pp. 131-144(14)
Authors: Cowell, Sarah J.; Hodgson, Susan B.; Clift, Roland

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Managing Environmental Performance in the Organisation
pp. 145-161(17)
Authors: Moxen, John; Strachan, Peter A.

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Postgraduate Team-Teaching for Central European Executives: Assessing Experience of the Environmental Training Project
pp. 162-176(15)
Authors: Bochniarz, Zbigniew; Chodasewicz, Wieslaw; Eri, Vilma; Strachan, Peter A.

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Virtual Teams for Corporate Environmental Excellence
pp. 237-250(14)
Authors: Lang, Josephine Chinying; Ho, Andrew Chinpeng

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pp. 251-269(19)

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