Teaching process sustainability: a role-playing case focused on finding new solutions to a waste-water management problem
Annandale, D. and Morrison-Saunders, A. (2007) Teaching process sustainability: a role-playing case focused on finding new solutions to a waste-water management problem. In: Galea, C., (ed.) Teaching Business Sustainability Vol. 2 Cases, Simulations and Experiential Approaches. Greenleaf, Sheffield, pp. 180-198.
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This chapter presents an interactive role-playing case study focused on finding solutions to a difficult public waste-water management problem in a pristine area of south-western Australia. The case focuses on the issue of 'process sustainability', and attempts to lead students to an understanding that good public decisions should be sustainable from both a 'content' and 'process' perspective. The case involves assigning roles to both students and instructor, and can take anywhere from 50 minutes to 2 hours to run.
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