By David Grayson, Melody McLaren and Heiko Spitzeck | 21/03/2014
This book identifies the mind-sets and skills that have helped social intrapreneurs to be successful; reveals how creative social innovators are improvising alliances. This is the first book to focus on how intrapreneurs are changing business for the good from the inside of large organizations.
By Nadine Exter | 27/06/2013
The book examines the role of employees in creating sustainable organisations. It identifies how leading companies are strategically engaging employees in sustainability, by both nurturing certain employee types and also by managing their corporate culture strategically so that sustainable success is enabled.
Examples from around the world are shared – such as from M&S, Coca-Cola, Microsoft, Arup, Qatar Airways, Olam, SABMiller, and UPS – and advice is given to both companies and employees.