Special Issue
International Journal of Sustainable Strategic Management

Call for Papers

 Sustainability and Strategic Change Management

Dr. Mee-Shew Cheung
Department of Marketing
Williams College of Business
Xavier University

Dr. Lynda Kilbourne
Dr. Rebecca Luce
Dr. Daewoo Park
Department of Management & Entrepreneurship Williams College of Business
Xavier University

Sustainability:  The most well-adopted and most often quoted definition of
sustainability is that of Brundtland Commission (World Commission on
Environment and Development, 1987, p. 8):  "development that meets the need
of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to
meet their needs."  Included within this broad rubric of sustainability are
such issues as: understanding the environmental impact of economic activity
in both developing and industrialized economies; ensuring that basic human
needs are met; and assuring the conservation of non-renewable resources.
Unfortunately, this macro-economic, societal definition of sustainability is
difficult for organizations to apply and provides little guidance regarding
how organizations might identify future versus present needs, determine the
technologies and resources required to meet those needs, and understand how
to effectively balance organizational responsibilities to multiple
stakeholders such as shareholders, employees, other organizations in the
supply chain, and broader stakeholders including society and the natural
environment (Reuter, et al., 2010).  With this special issue, we seek to
encourage scholars to examine topics such as these as well as other, related
topics by submitting manuscripts that are theoretical,  empirical and/or
offer  insightful for practitioners.

Subject Coverage

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Sustainability and new business models
Sustainability and change management
Change versus stability as sustainability Sustainable supply chain
management Sustainability and BOP (base of the pyramid) Sustainable project
management Sustainability and coopetition (competition & cooperation)
Sustainability and cross-cultural business responses Sustainability and
entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship
	Sustainability and consumer marketing
	Sustainability and brand positioning
	Assessing sustainability outcomes

Notes for Intending Authors

	Submitted papers should not have been previously published nor be
currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.  All papers are
referred through a peer review process.  A guide for authors, sample copies
and other relevant information for submitting papers are available on the
Papers Submission section under Author Guidelines.

	To submit a paper, please go to Submission of Papers of Inderscience

Important Dates

	Paper submission by prospective authors:  September 30, 2012
	Communication of results of peer review to authors:  November 25,
	Final manuscript submission:  January 25, 2013

Editors and Notes

	As an alternative to using the Submission of Papers site, you may
send one copy of each manuscript (in hard copy) or one copy in the form of
an MS WORD file attached to an e-mail (details of both formats in Author
Guidelines) to one of the following:

Dr. Mee-Shew Cheung ([log in to unmask]) Dr. Lynda Kilbourne
([log in to unmask]) Dr. Rebecca Luce ([log in to unmask] ) Dr. Daewoo Park
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John E. Spillan, Ph.D.
Professor of Business
International Journal of
Sustainable Strategic Management
School of Business
University of North Carolina at Pembroke Pembroke, North Carolina  28372
(910) 775-4357=

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