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Extrapolate the object of the below blog — organisational development — onto any sustainability project you like¹, and you will have 5 strategic areas to focus on. The 5 Barriers To Organizational Change (According To Harvard Professor Moss Kanter) ¹ eg: developments in community culture, housing, carbon footprint, finances, and hey, why not even personal development!
So simple and very interesting was a blog in the Harvard Business Review (Edmundson & Verdin 9Nov2017), that I add some bits of it here. I feel the information is very important for new and up&running projects and programs to take into consideration. We’re all creatures of habit. We all prefer to avoid pain of […]
When looking at any way forward, I have two choices: “More of the Same” — movement not progress restructuring, investment in HRactivities, focus on more productivity and less costs, or “Guts & Will & Faith” in the collective ability to transcend the mundane harmonising the demands of common sense [to keep costs effective while organically […]
transpose this subject matter onto finding the perfect PETproject. We gotta find the sweet spot. More on this subject to follow…
Check out this World Resources Institute blog with a fascinating interactive view on the major causes of global greenhouse emissions. It’s well worth taking some time to study and review; and some interesting up2date environmental statistics and data here from the World Bank about aviation Transport.