|1.||Reflect in a scholarly manner upon principles of ethical and responsible behaviour and their roles in both the profit and not for profit sectors to promote responsible and ethical citizenship;|
|2.||Critique corporate social responsibility programs in a range of tourism, hospitality or event enterprises with reference to their capacity to meet the environmental, social, and economic obligations of their stakeholders;|
|3.||Appraise contemporary short and long term sustainability issues that can confront tourism, hospitality, and event enterprises;|
|4.||Debate the significance of sustainability and the role that management of organisations in both the profit and not for profit sectors can contribute; and|
|5.||Work collaboratively in a team to elucidate and justify sustainability approaches with reference to methods of evaluating performance and models of best practice that can address important, complex and unpredictable problems.|
|Assignment||Written Group Assignment||30%|
|Creative Works||Image Slideshow||10%|
Sustainability in Australian business: principles and practice
Moscardo, G., Lamberton,G., Wells, G et al. 2013,
Wiley-Blackwell, Milton, QLD
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