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  • Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Life Cycle Analysis in Tourism

    Springer. 2015. ISBN: 9783319262246,3319262246. 136 pages.

    Tourism is an activity that anyone can take part in, regardless of their age, gender, nationality or level of income. This makes tourism one of the most rapidly developing industries in the world. Despite the number of benefits which tourism produces, it also has significant negative impacts on the environment. To minimise the scope of these negative impacts, joint efforts combining tourism and environmental management are called for. This book examines the application of the Life Cycle...

  • CIM Coursebook: Project Management in Marketing

    Routledge. 2010. ISBN: 9781136442100,1136442103. 256 pages.

    Butterworth-Heinemann’s CIM Coursebooks have been designed to match the syllabus and learning outcomes of our new qualifications and should be useful aids in helping students understand the complexities of marketing. The discussion and practical application of theories and concepts, with relevant examples and case studies, should help readers make immediate use of their knowledge and skills gained from the qualifications.’ Professor Keith Fletcher, Director of Education, The Chartered...

  • People Planet Profit

    Kogan Page Publishers. 2010. ISBN: 9780749458638,0749458631. 240 pages.

    Social and environmental issues are more important than ever and consumers are committed to supporting change. 'Doing good' is no longer a peripheral activity but fundamental to every aspect of how we do business, every day, for everyone. People, Planet, Profit is the first book to truly address business growth in the context of social and environmental concerns. It's a practical guide to new business opportunity, operational improvement and competitive advantage. Full of inspiring case...

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  • The Admirable Company

    Profile Books. 2018. ISBN: 9781846680861,1846680867. 248 pages.

    In much the same way as Jim Collins did in Good to Great and Built to Last, Michael Brown and Paul Turner draw upon a wealth of detailed research in Britain, America and in other regions, to analyse the qualities that have contributed to firms being ranked the 'most-admired companies' in annual surveys over the past 20 years. Their research, not surprisingly, highlights the close link of being admired to being successful in terms of long-term shareholder value. But how much the different...

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