Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Sustainable Management Practices

Edited by Muddassar Sarfraz

Hohai University, Nanjing

Co-editors:

Muhammad Ibrahim Adbullah

Comsats University Islamabad

Abdul Rauf

Southeast University

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Syed Ghulam Meran Shah

Southwest University of Finance and Economics

This book encapsulates the advanced concept of sustainable management and will enlighten readers to understand this concept for practical applications. The book's salient features are as follows: • Illustrates the basic concepts of human psychology causing risk factors such as burnout; • Differentiates adaptive sustainable measures and management practices; • Emphasizes sustainable agriculture management to confront the current dynamic environment and defines specific rules for enterprise development while coping with global climate change; • Assesses inertia with respect to economic development; • Constructs the linkage between technological strategies and innovation among construction companies; • Demonstrates non-financial reporting through theoretical and empirical evidence; • Elucidates the principles of equality, elaborating the managing of equality and diversity in a Steiner school

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Sustainable Management PracticesEdited by Muddassar Sarfraz

Published: October 9th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.83441

ISBN: 978-1-78985-154-0

Print ISBN: 978-1-78985-153-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-248-9

Copyright year: 2019

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2076 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Over Engagement, Protective or Risk Factor of Burnout?

By Josep M. Blanch, Paola Ochoa and María Fernanda Caballero

317

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2. Adaptive Sustainable Academic Management Practices

By Cătălin Popescu

215

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3. Sustainable Agricultural Management Practices and Enterprise Development for Coping with Global Climate Change

By S.M. Fakhrul Islam and Zahurul Karim

204

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4. Inertia in Assessing the Possibilities of Economic Development: Limits in Modelling Economies

By Marek Różycki

103

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5. Building the Link between Technological Capacity Strategies and Innovation in Construction Companies

By Tugce Ercan

214

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6. Nonfinancial Reporting: Theoretical and Empirical Evidence

By Nidžara Osmanagić Bedenik and Petra Barišić

654

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7. Principles of Equality: Managing Equality and Diversity in a Steiner School

By Robin Attfield and Kate Attfield

370

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