Beyond Innovation counter weighs the present innovation monomania by broadening our thinking about technological and institutional change. It is done by a multidisciplinary review of the most common ideas about the dynamics between technology and institutions.
There is a new business landscape, where companies are increasingly being judged on their ability to generate _social value_. But there is no off-the-shelf solution for the leaders and change makers in this new domain. Creating social value is a journey, and each company must chart its own path through uncertain and complex terrain.
Exploring Social Change
by Bridgette Wessels
Call Number: Doheny Library HM831 .W469 2014
Publication Date: 2014-10-24
A critical introduction to the key processes and contexts of social change in contemporary society, combining a thorough grounding of key theorists with hot topics such the media, the environment and new technologies - ideal for students across the social sciences.
A short post from the Congressional Research Institute for Social Work and Policy about the 21st annual conference of the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) regarding action steps for post-election participation.