By Oliver Salzmann (auth.)
Corporate social accountability, sustainability, and citizenship are phrases that regularly evoke huge scepticism and cynicism, fairly in civil society. a lot wanted sector-specific and comparative learn, that can facilitate a extra fact-oriented debate, remains to be lacking from the literature. the current research goals to fill this hole through featuring information accumulated from teams of managers, specifically sustainability specialists and non-sustainability specialists, from various sectors (integrated oil and gasoline vs. electrical utilities) and a number of other geographical regions.
Oliver Salzmann offers a complete view on company sustainability administration in businesses akin to Shell and RWE and investigates the main social and environmental concerns using the power zone. the writer analyses the effect which stakeholder strain routines on power businesses and their efforts to turn into extra responsive. furthermore, he develops a version for strategic, therefore profit-oriented, company sustainability administration.