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Main Title Hybrid organizations : new business models for environmental leadership /
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Author Title of a Work
Boyd, Brewster.
Publisher Greenleaf,
Year Published 2009
OCLC Number 320497285
ISBN 9781906093273; 190609327X
Subjects Industrial management--Environmental aspects. ; Industrial management--Environmental aspects--Case studies. ; industry. ; environmental factors. ; organizations. ; Corporate social responsibility. ; Unternehmensethik. ; Geschäftsmodell. ; USA. ; Fèoretagsledning--miljèoaspekter. ; Fèoretagens samhällsansvar.
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ENAM  HD30.255.H94 2009 Region 7 IRC Library/Kansas City,KS 03/08/2018
Collation xiii, 170 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 154-159) and index.
Contents Notes
Why hybrid organizations? -- The hybrid landscape -- Uncovering the layers -- Hybrid trends and lessons -- Case study: SUN OVENS International, a patient dealmaker -- Case study: Guayaki, creating an entirely new value chain -- Case study: Eden Foods, lasting leadership and the risks of succession -- Case study: Maggie's Organics, connecting producers and consumers to the cause -- Case study: PAX Scientific, learning to run -- Business lessons for hybrid organizations -- Reflecting back, looking forward. "This book offers a glimpse into the future. The companies it describes are pioneers, the first-movers in market shifts that will eventually become mainstream. These "hybrid organizations" - or what others call "values-driven" or "mission-driven" organizations - operate in the blurry space between the for-profit and nonprofit worlds. They are redefining their supply chains, their sources of capital, their very purpose for being; and in the process they are changing the market for others." --Book Jacket.