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23 January 2003 at 12:01 pm
Staff Reporter
What is sustainable development and why is it suddenly so important? Three Australian experts have the answers in a new publication that offers a guide to leaders and change agents of the future.

Staff Reporter | 23 January 2003 at 12:01 pm


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Organisational Change Corporate Sustainability
23 January 2003 at 12:01 pm

What is sustainable development and why is it suddenly so important? Three Australian experts have the answers in a new publication that offers a guide to leaders and change agents of the future.

It's called organisational Change for Corporate Sustainability produced by Dexter Dunphy and Suzanne Benn from the University of Technology in Sydney, and Andrew Griffiths from the University of Queensland.

Dexter Dunphy says the publication is the culmination of years of research and brings together the latest views on what corporate sustainability is and how to implement it in practice.

He says the book brings together global issues of ecological sustainability, human resources management, corporate citizenship and community renewal to create a unified approach to global sustainability.

And the book comes with some rave reviews. The World Resources Institute in Washington DC says it's certainly the best rounded and complete treatment of organisational change for sustainability we have yet seen!

The book is published by Routledge in London and the authors have negotiated a reduced price for those who buy it in Australia and New Zealand. If you would like an electronic brochure and order form send us an email to corpnews@probonoaustralia.com.au.



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