About ESA, Jackson S. M. (2012)
A summary of this article about ESA was published in the Apokoronas Environment Handbook March 2012.
Sense and Sustainability, Jackson S.M. (2012)
In ‘Cranfield Take on Corporate Sustainability’, Greefleaf.
This paper is based on academic research, however it is written in a practitioner, management style. This chapter explains the importance of ensuring congruent stories in companies to encourage managers’ sensemaking to be aligned with the organisation’s corporate sustainability aspirations. This is illustrated through real business case examples and suggestions for practical action.
How Managers Make Sense of CSR: The impact of Eastern Philosophy in Japanese Owned Transnational Corporations, Jackson S. M. (2012)
In G. P. Prastacos, F. Wang and K. E. Soderquist (Eds.), ‘Leadership & Management in a Changing World: Lessons from Ancient East and West Philosophy’, Springer- Verlag.
This paper was presented at a conference in Athens in June 2011 ‘Leadership & Management in a Changing World: Lessons from Ancient East and West Philosophy’. The conference was an inaugural collaboration between Athens and Beijing Universities. This paper discusses an empirical research study conducted at two transnational Japanese consumer electronic product manufacturers to explore whether the underpinning corporate Japanese philosophy has an impact on how the operational mangers made sense of the organisational CSR aspirations.
Making Sense of Sustainability from a Business Manager’s Perspective, Jackson S.M. (2010)
Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility- Occasional Paper.
This paper is a summary of research conducted between 2007 and 2009 about how managers’ sensemaking process can lead to enacting or not enacting their organisation’s CSR or sustainability initiatives.
Apokoronas Environment Handbook
A concise compilation of very useful information on environmental related topics including recycling and waste, pollution, water conservation, energy management, access to the country and illegal building.
The official website of the Apokoronas Environmental Group which is committed to finding practical solutions to the challenges in the Apokoronas region.