[We’re pleased to welcome authors Shannon Deer of Mays Business School, and Jill Zarestky of Colorado State University. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management Education entitled “Balancing Profit and People: Corporate Social Responsibility in Business Education," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Deer discusses the research:] Together … Continue reading Balancing Profit and People: Corporate Social Responsibility in Business Education
[We’re pleased to welcome author Kirstie McAllum of the Université de Montréal, Canada (Ph.D, University of Waikato, New Zealand). McAllum recently published an article in Human Relations entitled "Committing to refugee resettlement volunteering: Attaching, detaching, and displacing organizational ties," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below McAllum summarizes her research and … Continue reading Refugee Resettlement Volunteers: Committed or Compelled?
[We’re pleased to welcome authors Stefan Schaltegger and Jacob Hörisch of Leuphana University, Luneburg and Edward Freeman of Darden Business School. Schaltegger, Hörisch and Freeman recently published an article in Organization & Environment entitled “Business Cases for Sustainability: A Stakeholder Theory Perspective," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, the three authors reflect on the … Continue reading Business Cases for Sustainability – A Stakeholder Theory Perspective
[We're pleased to welcome Denis Collins. Denis recently published an article in Organization & Environment entitled "Managing the Poverty-CO2 Reductions Paradox: The Case of China and EU" with co-author Chunfang Zheng.] What inspired you to be interested in this topic? We are greatly concerned about both the unhealthy amount of CO2 in the atmosphere contributing … Continue reading Is It Possible to Reduce Poverty and CO2 Emissions Simultaneously?
[We’re pleased to welcome Caroline Gauthier of Grenoble Ecole de Management. Professor Gauthier co-authored an article with Bettina Gilomen of Grenoble Ecole de Management in Organization & Environment entitled "Business Models for Sustainability: Energy Efficiency in Urban Districts".] What inspired you to be interested in this topic? The disruptive nature of many sustainability solutions may be … Continue reading Applying a Business Model Perspective to Sustainability Solutions
Small though they may be, bumble bees play a large part in the environment. As pollinators, bees assist in the reproductive process of flowering plants, including crops that produce food, fiber, drugs, and fuel. More than a third of the world's crops rely on bees as pollinators, which makes the population decline of bees in … Continue reading The Business of Bumble Bees: A Look at the Relationship Between Business and Biodiversity Loss
Organization & Environment invites applications for the position of Editor. The term of office is three years beginning January 1, 2017 with the March 2017 issue and ending December 31, 2019. The incoming editor will begin processing new manuscripts six months prior to the full transition date. Published since 1987, Organization & Environment is an … Continue reading Organization and Environment Seeks New Editor
[We're pleased to welcome Andreas Rasche of Copenhagen Business School. Dr. Rasche recently published an article in the July issue of Journal of Management Inquiry with Dirk Ulrich Gilbert of the University of Hamburg entitled "Decoupling Responsible Management Education: Why Business Schools May Not Walk Their Talk."] In the recent past business school education has … Continue reading Responsible Management Education – Are Schools Walking Their Talk?
Can institutional theorists constitute a society to better the relationship between organizations and the natural environment? What is the current state of the research on carbon disclosure? How have researchers addressed the tensions inherent in corporate sustainability? These topics and more are explored in Organization and Environment's Special Issue entitled "Review of the Literature on … Continue reading Read Organization and Environment’s Special Issue for Free!
AAA estimates that this Thanksgiving there will be 37.29 million Americans traveling fifty miles or more from home. As many Americans fill hotels across the country, there's a good chance they'll find a message in their rooms encouraging them to participate in the hotel's linen reuse program. But how can hotels increase guest participation in … Continue reading How Does Message Framing Influence Hotel Guests’ Participation in Linen Reuse Programs?