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Managers fail to encourage ‘green’ behaviour at work

January 14th, 2011 by The British Psychological Society

Findings from a new survey show that 70% of people at work believe their managers lack commitment to pro-environmental behaviours and 65% believe unclear leadership strategy also contributes to the lack of pro-environmental behaviours. The study presented at The British Psychological Society‘s Annual Occupational Psychology Conference explored the type of pro-environmental initiatives organisations currently use […]

Managing Change

September 26th, 2010 by Jan Kuttelwascher

This is a short paper on the effectiveness of the Public Service Department‘s process to develop a waste strategy. I base the analysis on a methodology proposed by ISB Worldwide. This is a management consultancy based on the work of John Kotter author of Our Iceberg is Melting. ISB has had many multinational clients including […]