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Wes Harry on Cultures and Sustainability

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This Buns Talk gives a swift overview of the concepts of culture and their impact on attitudes to sustainability. Dr Harry will mainly talk about culture (primarily in a work context) but then on sustainability. Although he is not an active researcher, Wes is academically qualified with a Ph.D. from the Graduate School of Management University of Strathclyde and takes academic methods into the workplace. He is a regular contributor to academic journals and produces books or book chapters on a wide range of topics such as HRM and Human Rights, CSR and ethics in Business, Managing Sustainably, and Managing across Cultures. In his career he has held very senior roles companies in Asia and Gulf-living and working outside the UK for more than 30 years.

This talk is part of the Manufacturing Research Forum series.

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