Browsing by Author "Kearins, Kate"

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  • Beyond corporate environmental management to a consideration of nature in visionary small enterprise

    Kearins, Kate; Collins, Eva Marie; Tregidga, Helen (Sage Periodicals, 2010)
    This article examines the potential for visionary small-enterprise to operate with a fundamentally different conception of nature from the environmental management mode offered within the business case for sustainable ...
  • Corporate Social Reporting in Malaysia: A Qualitative Approach

    Tee, Keng Kok; Roper, Juliet; Kearins, Kate (Universiti Putra Malaysia, 2007)
    This paper examines corporate social reporting in Malaysia from the public relations perspective of issues management. Data was derived from case studies of four relatively high impact companies in Malaysia, two owned by ...
  • Delivering on sustainability's global and local orientation

    Collins, Eva Marie; Kearins, Kate (Academy of Management, 2010)
    A sustainability instructor takes her graduate-level sustainability class to an eco-village on an island off of Auckland, New Zealand. The students have the opportunity to make mud bricks for homes, visit houses powered ...
  • Exposing students to the potential and risks of stakeholder engagement when teaching sustainability: A classroom exercise

    Collins, Eva Marie; Kearins, Kate (Sage Publications, 2007)
    In-class, stakeholder negotiation exercises are proposed as a means of students experiencing and reflecting critically on the potential and the risks of an increasingly popular mechanism for advancing sustainability—stakeholder ...
  • Flexibility on whose terms?

    Twiname, Linda J.; Humphries, Maria; Kearins, Kate (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2006)
    Purpose – As part of an ongoing project on worker well-being, this paper aims to examine the application of flexible work arrangements through the experiences of core workers in a small, European-owned, New Zealand ...

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