Muddassar Sarfraz

Binjiang College, Nanjing University of Information Science &Technology, Wuxi, Jiangsu

Dr Muddassar Sarfraz is working at the Binjiang College, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, Wuxi, Jiangsu, China. He has obtained his PhD in Management Sciences and Engineering from the Business School of Hohai University. He holds an International Master of Business Administration (IMBA) from Chongqing University (China) and Master of Business Administration (HR) from The University of Lahore. He has published tens of papers in foreign authoritative journals and academic conferences both at home and abroad. He is the Book Editor of Sustainable Management Practices, Analyzing the Relationship between Corporate Governance, CSR, Sustainability, and Cogitating the Interconnection between Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability. He is the Associate and Guest Editor of Frontiers in Psychology, International Journal of Humanities and Social Development Research and the Journal of Science and Innovative Technologies. He is an Editorial Board Member of the International Journal of Human Resource as well as a member of the British Academy of Management (UK), Chinese Economists Society (USA), World Economic Association (UK), American Economic Association (USA), and an Ambassador of the International MBA program of Chongqing University, PR China, for Pakistan. His research focuses on corporate social responsibility, human resource management, strategic management, and business management.

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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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