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Sustainability Management

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The practice of sustainability management in – regardless of whether in profit-orientated, public and charitable organisations – poses a range of challenges. These challenges arise both due to the specificity and complexity of sustainability issues and due to a number of key factors within and around organizations. This project addresses various sustainability management aspects and contingencies. A particular focus is set on transdisciplinarity.

 

Publications:

  • Beckmann, M., Hielscher, S. & Pies, I. (2012): Commitment Strategies for Sustainability: How Business Firms Can Transform Trade-Offs Into Win–Win Outcomes, in: Business Strategy and the Environment (Online First)
  • Klewitz, Johanna, Anica Zeyen, und Erik G. Hansen (2012): Intermediaries driving eco-innovation in SMEs: A qualitative investigation, European Journal of Innovation Management, 15(4), 442-467.
  • Pies, I. , Beckmann, M., & Hielscher, S. (2012) Nachhaltigkeit durch New Governance. Ein ordonomisches Konzept für strategisches Management. Die Betriebswirtschaft.
  • Schaltegger, S., Beckmann, M., & Hansen, E. G. (forthcoming). Transdisciplinarity in Corporate Sustainability. Business Strategy and the Environment.
  • Zeyen, A., Klewitz, J., & Hansen, E. G. (2011). Ökoeffizienz in deutschen Unternehmen: Nachhaltigkeit durch Intermediäre ?. Ökologisches Wirtschaften, 16(3), 47-50.

Involved persons:

  • Prof. Dr. Markus Beckmann
  • Dr. Anica Zeyen
  • Roya Akhavan
  • Michael Garkisch
  • Jasper Meyer
  • Prof. Dr. Stefan Schaltegger, Centre for Sustainability Management der Leuphana Unviersität Lüneburg
  • Prof. Dr. Erik G. Hansen, Centre for Sustainability Management der Leuphana Unviersität Lüneburg