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UTSpeaks: Sustaining Business (Public forum Part 2 - Bruce Perrott)

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UTSpeaks: Sustaining Business

Will vision and leadership be the keys that safeguard corporations in an uncertain future?

Australia's widely diverse corporations make a 'one-size-fits-all' strategy for adopting sustainable practices impossible. Yet the pressure to transform how business does business has never been greater.

In this special UTSpeaks event, senior researchers in business sustainability will introduce and lead a discussion with some of Australia's major corporations in how they are working towards being sustainable enterprises.

The strategic approach of each in transforming their business operations also features in a new book - Cases in Corporate Sustainability and Change. We invite you to join us in celebrating the launch of this book and to participate in the enlightening forum to follow.

Speakers:

Professor Suzanne Benn
Suzanne Benn is Professor of Sustainable Enterprise in the UTS Business School and provides leadership across the University and in partnership with external stakeholders to promote sustainability. Suzanne has worked with many Australian organisations to facilitate learning and change for sustainability.

Professor Dexter Dunphy
Dexter Dunphy has an international reputation for thought leadership, research and consulting in corporate sustainability and the management of organisational change. He has held visiting professorships at major international universities and several of his 24 books are business best sellers. Dexter actively supports and documents sustainability initiatives in leading Australian companies.

Dr Bruce Perrott
Bruce has been a strategy consultant and senior academic at UTS and UNSW, working with international corporations including the United Nations to develop long-term sustainable growth strategies. His research, teaching and publications cover strategic management and strategic marketing in industries such as health, financial services and government.

Special forum panelists representing:
Westpac, Fuji Xerox and Interface

UTSPEAKS: is a free public lecture series presented by UTS experts discussing a range of important issues confronting contemporary Australia.

Use the hashtag #utspeaks to tweet about the lecture on Twitter.

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  • 1. UTSpeaks: Sustaining BusinessBruce Perrott – 27 October, 2011
  • 2. How will leaders create Sustainability Imperative Burden organisations carry
  • 3. Organisational Sustainability:
  • 4. ECONOMICSOCIAL ENVIRONMENTAL
  • 5. The Business Case ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY Environmental Effectivity Social Equity Environmental Social Productivity Efficiency ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY Environmental Sufficiency SUSTAINABILITY EquityThe Green Case The Human Case Adapted from Hockerts 1999
  • 6. CURRENT SUSTAINABILITY MORES & STANDARDS HUMAN SUSTAINABILITY VISION DRIVERS FOR CHANGE ECONOMIC BARRIERS TO CHANGEENVIRONMENT STAKEHOLDER DRIVERS OF INPUT/ CHANGE CONSULTATION INCREMENTAL- TRANSFORMATIONAL MOVE TOWARDS THE SUSTAINING ORGANISATION
  • 7. Figure C Integrated Sustainability Model CURRENT SUSTAINABILITY MORES & STANDARDS 1 DRIVERS FOR CHANGE 2 3 4 5 6 HUMAN INCREMENTAL- TRANSFORMATIONAL MOVE TOWARDS THE SUSTAINING ORGANISATION 1 2 3 4 5 6 PROGRESSIVE ECONOMIC INCREMENTAL- TRANSFORMATIONAL MOVE TOWARDS THE SUSTAINING ORGANISATION SUSTAINABILITY VISION 1 2 3 BARRIERS TO CHANGE 4 5 6ENVIRONMENT INCREMENTAL- TRANSFORMATIONAL MOVE TOWARDS THE SUSTAINING ORGANISATION SUSTAINABILITY OBJECTIVES, STRATEGIES Key Code: Drivers for change: DRIVERS OF CHANGE Barriers to change: STAKEHOLDER INPUT/ Phase accomplished +: CONSULTATION -Rejection 1 -Non-responsiveness 2 -Compliance 3 -Efficiency 4 -Strategic proactivity 5 +Refer Dunphy, Griffith & Benn, 2007, 2nd Edition Organisational Change for Corporate Sustainability, Routledge, London -The sustaining corporation 6

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