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The Centre's Library and Resource Centre holds a wealth of domestic and international publications and newsletters, case materials and other information on corporate public affairs.

Good reputation index: high flyers, Australia’s 100 biggest companies and how they rateL


Various (Sydney Morning Herald/Age Newspaper, Sydney, 2002)
An index published by the Sydney Morning Herald/Age newspaper on Monday 28th October, 2002 listing the top 100 companies ranked in descending order, based on six performance categories judged by 22 expert and community stakeholder groups. The six categories are: Employee Management; Social Impact; Environmental Performance; Ethics and Corporate Governance; Financial Performance; Management and Market Focus.

Interchange. No. 1, 2002L


Various (Shell International Limited, London, 2002)
A quarterly review, published by Shell International for those involved or interested in external affairs. Headings include:- Internal communications: the French connection - A successful EA partnership - External affairs: progress update - Friend or foe: WWF relations with Shell over the years - Gulf of Mexico offshore round: Co-operation’s the way to go - Managing the portfolio in Caspian’s oil patch - Contributing to the global balance sheet - A media view of internal communications

Public Affairs Review: Journal of the Public Affairs Council. ANNO 2002L


Various (Public Affairs Council, Washington, DC, 2002)
This journal contains the Annual Reports of the Public Affairs Council and the Foundation for Public Affairs. Titles of articles include:- The ‘Next Big Thing’ in Public Affairs - The Buzz from One Veteran: Become the Ultimate Lobbyist or Pay the Price - Coping with Antiglobalization - Time for This Nonsense to Stop - Our State Legislatures: The Next Eight Years - Reaching for the Gold: AARP Seeks to Set the Standard for Grassroots Advocacy - Award is Frosting on the Cake for AARP - The World of Public Affairs Loses a Giant

Public Affairs Review: Journal of the Public Affairs Council. ANNO 2002L


Various (Public Affairs Council, Washington, DC, 2002)
This journal contains the Annual Reports of the Public Affairs Council and the Foundation for Public Affairs. Titles of articles include:- The ‘Next Big Thing’ in Public Affairs - The Buzz from One Veteran: Become the Ultimate Lobbyist or Pay the Price - Coping with Antiglobalization - Time for This Nonsense to Stop - Our State Legislatures: The Next Eight Years - Reaching for the Gold: AARP Seeks to Set the Standard for Grassroots Advocacy - Award is Frosting on the Cake for AARP - The World of Public Affairs Loses a Giant

Public affairs strategies in the internet ageL


Price, Tom (Foundation for Public Affairs, Washington, DC., 2002)
A report highlighting the different ways in which corporations and associations utilize internet technology in crisis communications, issues management, grassroots networks, community-building and ally development. Key headings include:- Portals in a Storm: Crisis Communication Online - Mobilizing the Base: Using Intranets for Issue Management - Broadening the Base: Mobilising New Grassroots Supporters - Forging Alliances: Business Coalitions Online - Community Building: Feedback, Interaction, and Sustained Support - Partners in Policy: Finding Common Ground with Nonprofits

Redefining the corporation: stakeholder management and organisational wealthL


Post, James, E; Preston, Lee E.; Sachs, Sybille (Stanford Business Books, Stanford, Calif., USA, 2002)
This book addresses the survival and development of the business corporation in the 21st century. The stakeholder view of the corporation is defined together with need for a strong and sustainable relationship with employees, customers and suppliers. Key headings include:- What is the Corporation? - Organizational Wealth and the Stakeholder View - Research Design and Critical Issues: Three Companies - The Strategic Role of Values - Strategic Response to Competitive Challenges - Strategic Response to Societal Challenges - Globalization: Multinationals in China - Implementing Stakeholder Management: Learning and Responding - The Stakeholder View: Conclusions and Implications - Case Studies: Cummins, Motorola, Shell

Redefining the corporation: stakeholder management and organisational wealthL


Post, James E.; Preston, Lee E.; Sachs, Sybille (Stanford Business Books, Stanford, California, 2002)
A book which presents a stakeholder view of the corporation in both theoretical and practical terms. The central proposition is that organizational wealth is created (or destroyed) through a corporation’s interactions with its stakeholders. The stakeholder management practices of three corporations are examined - Cummins Engine Company, Motorola, and the Royal/Dutch Shell Group. Key headings include:- What is the Corporation? - Organisational Wealth and Stakeholder View - Research Design and Critical Issues: Three Companies - The Strategic Role of Values - Strategic Response to Competitive Challenges - Strategic Response to Societal Challenges - Globalisation: Multinationals in China - Implementing Stakeholder Management: Learning and Responding - The Stakeholder View: Conclusions and Implications - Case Studies (4/12/2006 Borrowed by G. Allen)

The boundaryless organization: breaking the chains of organizational structureL


Ashkenas, Ron; Ulrich, Dave; Jick, Todd; Kerr, Steve (Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, 2002)
This book draws on both theory and practice to explain what it takes to make the boundaryless organization a reality. It shows how to break through the four most common types of organizational boundaries - hierarchal (or vertical), functional (or horizontal), external, and geographic - to achieve the speed, flexibility, integration and innovation needed to survive and thrive in today’s business environment. Key headings include:- A New World Order: Rising to the Challenge of New Success Factors - Free Movement Up and Down: Crossing Vertical Boundaries - Free Movement Side to Side: Crossing Horizontal Boundaries - Free Movement along the Value Chain: Crossing External Boundaries - Free Global Movement: Crossing Geographic Boundaries

The conscience of capitalism: business social responsibility to communitiesL


Besser, Terry L. (Praeger Publishers, Westport, Connecticut, 2002)
The purpose of this book is to elaborate aspects of the mutually intertwining relationship between businesses and communities. Research was carried out using randomly selected residents of ninety-nine Iowa small communities, selected from within each of Iowa’s ninety-nine counties. Key headings include:- More Than Making a Profit - Stealing from Owners and Giving Back to the Community - Most Likely to Help - We Have A Little Talk with Them - Soul Food or Penance: The Rewards and Punishments of Community Service - Molding the Conscience of Capitalism

Unfolding stakeholder thinking: relationships, communication, reporting and performanceL


Andriof, Jorg; Waddock, Sandra; Husted, Bryan; Sutherland Rahman, Sandra (Eds.) (Greenleaf Publishing Limited, Sheffield, UK, 2002)
A collection of essays which focuses on the practice of stakeholder engagement in terms of relationship management, communication, reporting and performance. Stakeholder assessment and reporting are also discussed, including social auditing and sustainability reporting.

Unfolding stakeholder thinking: theory, responsibility and engagementL


Andriof, Jorg; Waddock, Sandra; Husted, Bryan; Sutherland Rahman, Sandra (Eds.) (Greenleaf Publishing Limited, Sheffield, UK., 2002)
A collection of essays highlighting the way in which companies need to recognise they have responsibilities to a range of stakeholders and therefore must deal with issues including greater accountability, human rights abuses, sustainability strategies, corporate governance codes, workplace ethics, stakeholder consultation and management . The book is arranged in two parts: Part 1: Thinking about stakeholder theory and Part 2: Stakeholder responsibility and engagement. (4/12/2006 Borrowed by G. Allen) (4/12/2006 Borrowed by G. Allen)

Value Reporting Forecast 2002: bringing information out into the openL


Price Waterhouse Coopers (Price Waterhouse Coopers, London, 2002)
A presentation of how some of the best companies world wide are using the principles of Value Reporting. This third report shows how performance measurement and corporate reporting is changing and will probably continue to do so. There are twenty eight company examples at the end of the report. Key headings include: Bringing Value-relevant Information into the open - Bringing the Value reporting Framework to life - Market Overview - Value Strategy - Managing for Value - Value Platform.

Citizens as partners: OECD handbook on information, consultation and public participation in policy-making. GovernanceL


Gramberger, Marc (OECD Publications, Paris, 2001)
This OECD handbook is a practitioner’s guide to designed for use by government officials in OECD member and non-member countries. It is intended as a guide for building frameworks for informing, consulting and engaging citizens during policy-making. Key headings include: Why Government - Citizen Relations? - How to Strengthen Government - Citizen Relations - Which Tips to Follow - Where to get More Information.

Good to great: why some companies make the leap ... and others don’t.L


Collins, Jim (Harper Business, Harper Collins Publishers, New York, 2001)
This book is the result of 21 research associates working over a period of five years during which time the study involved a wide range of qualitative and quantitative analyses and examined 1,435 Fortune 500 companies. The results were synthesised to identify the drivers of good-to-great transformations. Key headings include:- Good is the Enemy of Great - Level 5 Leadership - First Who .. Then What - Confront the Brutal Facts (Yet Never Lose Faith) - Hedgehog Concept - A Culture of Discipline - Technology Accelerators - The Flywheel and the Doom Loop - From Good to Great to Built to Last

Managing activism: a guide to dealing with activists and pressure groupsL


Deegan, Denise (Kogan Page, London, 2001)
This guide on managing activism covers topics including who are they, their motivation, targets, tactics, and how they should be handled. The vital role of activists is discussed and the need to build relationships and community relations. The management of dealing with emergencies due to communication breakdown, staff training and media relations are covered, together with case studies. Key headings include: The Dynamics of Activism - How Not to Deal with Activists - A Way Forward - Appointing Responsibility for Activism in-house - Get to Know ‘the enemy’ - Relationship Building, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution - When Activists Will Not Negotiate - Communicating About Risk - Community Relations - Media Relations - Emergencies - Planning and Evaluation.

The value reporting revolution: moving beyond the earnings gameL


Eccles, Robert; Herz, Robert; Keegan, Mary; Phillips, David (John Wiley & Sons, New York, 2001)
A book which highlights the need for an improvement in corporate reporting by executives, governing boards, accounting firms, securities analysts and regulators. Arranged in four sections - Preparing for the Revolution, A Survey of the Battlefield, Battles that must be Won, and How Sweet it is. Headings include: Where Has all the Value Gone - The Earnings Game - The False Prophet of Earnings - Inside the Exciting World of Accounting Standards - - Risky Business - There is no Alternative: The Story of Shell - Standard Setters

Winning the influence game: what every business leader should know about governmentL


Watkin s, Michael; Edwards, Mickey & Thakrar, Usha (John Wiley & Sons, New York, 2001)
This book presents a model that can be applied to any level of government - local, state, national or international. It reveals the latest tools, techniques and thinking behind influencing government so business can take control. Stories from leaders in the field of government relations of actual success and failures are included. The book is arranged in three sections:- 1. Laying the Foundation. 2. Crafting Winning Strategies 3. Looking Forward which includes the internet and globalization

Journal of public affairs: an international journal. Volume one, number three.L


Various (Henry Stewart Publications, London, August 2001)
A journal which provides a forum for professional and academic debate about the future development of public affairs. Special issue on Political Marketing. Headings include:- EDITORIAL: On message: New developments in political communication - The Third Age of Political Communication - An Assessment of the 2000 US Presidential Election: A set of Political Marketing Guidelines - Television and Party Political Dissent: Intra-party Competition and the Formation of News Agendas - Outfoxing Leviathan: Campaigning down Mexico Way - Trouble with Ken: New Labour’s negative Campaign in the Selection and Election Process for London Mayor - Think Global, Talk Local: Getting the Party Political Message Across in the Internet - Lobbying: Fantasy, reality or both? A Health Care Public Policy Case Study - Public Affairs and Boundaries

Globalisation and Australian industry (CEDA bulletin)L


Various (CEDA, Melbourne, 2001)
A special CEDA feature in which a series of articles examines the impact of globalisation on aspects of the Australian economy. Titles include:- Workplace relations and the global imperative - Currency markets - New organisational structures - Exporting services to the global economy - When aerospace meets agriculture.

Journal of public affairs: an international journal. Volume one, number two. May 2001L


Various (Henry Stewart Publications, London, 2001)
A journal which provides a forum for professional and academic debate about the future development of public affairs. Headings include:- In search of public affairs: a function in search of an identity - Envisaging the Future - Scenarios and Public Affairs Practice - The Rise and Fall of Spin: Changes of Fashion in the Presentation of UK Politics - The internal-external marketing orientation of a Political Party: Social Implications of Political Party Marketing Orientation - ‘New Managerialism’ in the news: Media Coverage of Quangos in Britain - Corporate Pub lic Affairs Research: Chronological Reference List - Governance and Civil Society

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