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What are your favourite books on CR/Sustainability?

Harvard does some decent publishing on business strategy as most of us would agree.

Here’s a link to some new titles
, a couple of which I thought were interesting.

I liked Andrew Winston’s previous book, Green to Gold. I imagine his new tome is worth a scan too.

I don’t know about you but I struggle to keep up with all the books out there.

There seems to be a new one every day right now. I hope the publishers are making money from them.

To help all of us decide which books to read, I’d like to ask blog readers to post a few of their favourites below in the comment box, and I’ll compile a master list for the blog.

So go on, even if it’s just one book, post the name of it. I’ll do the rest, and add my own on the final list.

7 Comments

  1. David Grayson's Corporate Social Opportunity stands out for me.

  2. Green to Gold was excellent. I also really liked John Grant's Green Marketing Manifesto.

  3. As mentioned in a previous post, this book looks interesting. We'll be reviewing it in the magazine soon:

    Supercorp
    How Vanguard Companies Create Innovation, Profits, Growth and Socail Good
    By Rosabeth Moss Kanter

    http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/c6b143b2-9283-11de-b63b-00144feabdc0.html

  4. – stainability by design by john ehrenfeld
    – down to earth by forest rhinehardt

  5. The Necessary Revolution (Peter Senge) is wonderful! We’re not going to reach sustainable development trough teeny incremental changes. It's going to take bold ideas!

  6. Roberta Cardoso

    The Necessary Revolution (Peter Senge) is wonderful! We’re not going to reach sustainable development trough teeny incremental changes. It's going to take bold ideas!

  7. Helen Seibel

    The Sustainability Advantage is pretty good. Especially at calculating the cost of NOT doing it. Written by Canadian Bob Willard.

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