Linda Coady BC Coastal Group Weyerhaeuser. Dynamics of Change The view up-close ... How does it feel? A Canadian Forest Sector Example from the BC Coastal Temperate Rainforest. CSR & the Canadian Forest Sector.
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Dynamics of Change
The view up-close ...
How does it feel?
A Canadian Forest Sector Example
from the BC Coastal Temperate Rainforest
The external environment in which most businesses, governments and non-government organizations must operate in today is so complex and interdependent that individual organizations, no matter how large, cannot adapt to change simply through their own action
Change requires relationships that maximize cooperation between dissimilar organizations whose goals are related notwithstanding different beliefs, objectives and structures
Since “meta-problems” or “meta-messes” made up of many-sided issues are what most societies and businesses currently have to face up to, the cultivation of inter-organizational competence between dissimilar --& sometimes even adversarial interests -- has become a highly valuable social and economic capacity
BC’s Coastal Old Growth Rainforests
for land use planning
areas that still contained large pristine/ undeveloped forests
BC’s North & Central Coast - “Great Bear Rainforest”