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June 8, 2012 in Corporate Social Responsibility, Innovation and Transformation, Policy Making | Tags: EURAM., organisational performance, organisational progress, social innovation | by Gower Publishing | Leave a comment
“The emphasis at this year’s EURAM Conference is on the fact that organizational performance and progress is now grounded on social innovation, as much as on technological progress and development. Social innovation is now a prominent feature of Gower’s Business and Management publishing and this is very evident from the titles we have on display at the Conference. These reflect the role of business in society and an emphasis on the interface between the two; the move towards the creation of sustainable businesses; new kinds of entrepreneurship; new understandings of leadership; and integral approaches to research, innovation, collaborative approaches, development and economics.
Conference delegates, mindful of the content of many of the sessions in which they have been involved, are showing great interest in the large number of our titles that so clearly resonate with the conference theme.”
To get a gist of the books we publish in this area see the leadership, innovation and business economics sections, for example, hyperlinked from the contents page of our latest catalogue .