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The Necessary Revolution : How Individuals and Organisations Are Working Together to Create a Sustainable World.

Author: Peter Senge; Bryan Smith; Nina Kruschwitz; Joe Laur; Sarah Schley
Publisher: London : Nicholas Brealey Pub., 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Document   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This is a timely and groundbreaking book from the bestselling author of "The Fifth Discipline" series and "Presence". "The Necessary Revolution" reveals how corporations and organizations are, in the face of looming environmental crises and pressure from social issues, finding solutions that ensure both long-term survival and real-time business success. "The Necessary Revolution" is destined to become the essential  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Senge, Peter.
Necessary Revolution : How Individuals and Organisations Are Working Together to Create a Sustainable World.
London : Nicholas Brealey Publishing, ©2011
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Senge; Bryan Smith; Nina Kruschwitz; Joe Laur; Sarah Schley
ISBN: 9781857884272 1857884272
OCLC Number: 784883398
Description: 1 online resource (588 pages)
Contents: Cover Page; Title Page; Dedication; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface to the Paperback Edition; Part I Endings, New Beginnings; 1 A Future Awaiting Our Choices; 2 How We Got into This Predicament; 3 Life Beyond the Bubble; 4 New Thinking, New Choices; Part II The Future is Now; 5 Never Doubt What One Person and a Small Group of Co-Conspirators Can Do; 6 Aligning an Industry; 7 Unconventional Allies: Coke and WWF Partner for Sustainable Water; Part III Getting Started; 8 Risks and Opportunities: The Business Rationale for Sustainability; 9 Positioning for the Future and the Present. 10 Getting People Engaged11 Building Your Case for Change; Part IV Seeing Systems; 12 The Tragedy and Opportunity of the Commons; 13 Spaceship Earth; 14 Seeing Our Choices; Part V Collaborating Across Boundaries; 15 The Imperative to Collaborate; 16 Convening: "Get the System in the Room"; 17 Seeing Reality Through Others' Eyes; 18 Building Shared Commitment; Part VI From Problem Solving to Creating; 19 Innovation Inspired by Living Systems; 20 Unleashing Everyday Magic; 21 You Don't Have to Have All the Answers; 22 From Low-Hanging Fruit to New Strategic Possibilities. 23 It's Not What the Vision Is, It's What the Vision Does24 Redesigning for the Future; Part VII The Future; 25 The Future of the Corporation; 26 The Future of Enterprise Variety; 27 The Future of Leadership; 28 The Future of Our Relations; 29 The Future of Us; Appendix; Notes; Index.

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This is a timely and groundbreaking book from the bestselling author of "The Fifth Discipline" series and "Presence". "The Necessary Revolution" reveals how corporations and organizations are, in the face of looming environmental crises and pressure from social issues, finding solutions that ensure both long-term survival and real-time business success. "The Necessary Revolution" is destined to become the essential handbook for everyone who understands the need to act and work together now to create a sustainable world for ourselves and the generations to come. A revolution is underway, and sp.

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