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Teaching Business Sustainability Vol. 2: Cases, Simulations and Experiential Approaches
If there is one area of business education that requires out-of-the-box, creative thinking it is sustainability. Business sustainability, because of its relative newness (and hence uncertainty), its dependence on interdisciplinary thinking, its need to work with different stakeholders and its non-traditional operating approaches, demands that we train our managers in wholly new ways. This book -- a companion volume to Teaching Business Sustainability 1: From Theory to Practice (Greenleaf Publishing, 2004) -- focuses on four main categories of experiential pedagogy: case studies, hands-on exercises, role-play simulations and active learning teaching exercises. It includes contributions from a range of experts in global sustainability education who provide their expertise with class-hardened teaching materials.

Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary Material
pp. i-viii(8)

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Free Content Introduction
pp. 8-16(9)
Author: Galea, Chris

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Getting it: Understanding the science and principles behind sustainability
pp. 56-66(11)
Authors: Hitchcock, Darcy; Willard, Marsha

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The Sustainability Card Game
pp. 67-75(9)
Authors: Hitchcock, Darcy; Willard, Marsha

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The Multi-organisation Business Simulation
pp. 76-87(12)
Authors: Hitchcock, Darcy; Willard, Marsha

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Easter Island: A case study in non-sustainability
pp. 103-114(12)
Author: Foot, David K.

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Suncor Energy: A comprehensive approach to sustainability
pp. 115-124(10)
Authors: Stanwick, Peter A.; Stanwick, Sarah D.

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The Anti-Junk Mail Kit
pp. 130-144(15)
Authors: Galea, Chris; MacKinnon, John

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The war of the woods: A forestry giant seeks peace
pp. 145-162(18)
Authors: Winn, Monika I.; Zietsma, Charlene

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Using experiential simulation to teach sustainability
pp. 171-179(9)
Authors: Svoboda, Susan; Whalen, John

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Free Content Supplementary Material
pp. 199-209(11)

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