Environmental Business Management - An Introduction - Second (Revised Edition)
Management Development Series No. 30
Management Development Series
The publications in this series are prepared under the Management Development Programme of the ILO. They focus on selected priority issues of concern to practising managers and administrators, as well as to management trainers, teachers and consultants. Special attention is paid to the changing needs of management training and development institutions in both developing and industrialized countries. As a matter of policy, only topics that have not been adequately covered elsewhere in management literature are dealt with in the series.
The titles available are:
Managing and developing new forms of work organisation, second (revised) edition,
Case method in management development: Guide for effective use, by John I. Reynolds
Managing a management development institution, edited by Milan Kubr
Strategic management of development programmes: Guide-lines for action, by Samuel Paul
Management research: Guide for institutions and professionals, by Roger Bennett
Management self-development: A guide for managers, organisations and institutions, by Tom Boydell
Improving public enterprise performance: Concepts and techniques, by Victor Powell
The manager's guide to international labour standards, by Alan Gladstone
Library and information services of management development institutions: A practical guide, edited by Ken Vernon
Managing relations between government and public enterprises: A handbook for administrators and managers, by Praxy Fernandes
Training entrepreneurs for small business creation: Lessons from experience, by Kenneth Loucks
Diagnosing management training and development needs: Concepts and techniques, by Milan Kubr and Joseph Prokopenko
Expert systems: A manager's guide, by Karl Wiig
Entrepreneurship development in public enterprises, edited by Joseph Prokopenko and Igor Pavlin
Environmental business management, second (revised) edition, by Klaus North
How to select and use consultants: A client's guide, by Milan Kubr
Management for privatization: Lessons from industry and public service, edited by Joseph Prokopenko
Localizing global production: Know-how transfer in international manufacturing, by Klaus North
Prices subject to change without notice.
A training videocassette entitled The Green Challenge has been produced by TV Choice Productions (London, 1995) in collaboration with UNEP and the ILO, based on the ideas contained in this book. Copies are available from TV Choice Productions, 22 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H OHR, United Kingdom.
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