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Curriculum Vitae for Dr. Bertels
Stephanie Bertels joined the Beedie School of Business in 2008 from the Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor where she spent two years on a post-doctoral fellowship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).
Specialization and Research Interests
embedding sustainability into organizational culture; sustainable innovation; strategic change towards sustainability; resilience and reliability
Bansal, T., Bertels, S., Ewart, T., MacConnachie, P., and O’Brien, J. (forthcoming) “Bridging the Research Practice Gap”, Academy of Management Perspectives.
Howard-Grenville, J. and S. Bertels (2012) ‘Bringing the Environment into Organizational Culture’ in Bansal, P. and A. Hoffman (eds.) The Oxford Handbook on Business and the Environment, Oxford University Press.
Robinson, M., A. Kleffner, and S. Bertels (2011), “Signaling Sustainability Leadership: Empirical Evidence of the Value of DJSI Membership”, Journal of Business Ethics, 101(3): 493-505.
Miller, K., Bertels, S., Graves, S. and Purkis, J. (2011) Embedding Sustainability into the Culture of Municipal Government, produced as a collaboration between the Network for Business Sustainability, The Natural Step and Stephanie Bertels at SFU’s Beedie School of Business. http://www.naturalstep.org/en/canada/toolkits#municipalgovernment
Bertels, S., L. Papania and D. Papania (2010) Embedding Sustainability in Organizational Culture: A Systematic Review of the Body of Knowledge, Network for Business Sustainability. http://nbs.net/knowledge/culture/
Hoffman, A. and Bertels S. (2010) ‘Who is Part of the Environmental Movement? Assessing Network Linkages between NGOs and Corporations’ In Lyon, T. (ed.) Good Cop Bad Cop: Environmental NGOs and their Strategies Toward Business, Washington DC: Resources for the Future Press, Chapter 3.
Herremans, I., Herschovis, S. and Bertels, S. (2009) “Leaders and Laggards: The Influence of Competing Logics on Corporate Environmental Action”, Journal of Business Ethics, 89(3): 449-472.
Graham R. and Bertels, S. (2008) “Achieving sustainable value: Sustainability Portfolio Assessment” Greener Management International, 54: 57-67.
Graham R. and Bertels, S. (2009) “Achieving sustainable value: Sustainability Portfolio Assessment” In Galea, C. ed., Consulting for Business Sustainability, Chapter 11.
Bertels, S. and J. Peloza (2008) “Running to Stand Still: Managing CSR Reputation in an Era of Rising Expectations” Corporate Reputation Review 11(1): 56-72.
Bertels, S. and H. Vredenburg (2004) “Broadening the notion of governance from the organization to the domain”, Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 15 (Autumn 2004): 33-47.
Bertels, S., L. Papania and D. Papania (under review) “Embedding sustainability: A practice perspective”
Howard-Grenville, J., Bertels, S. and Lahneman, B. (under review) ‘Sustainability: How it shapes and is shaped by organizational culture and climate’
Bertels, S. and T. Lawrence (working paper) "Institutions and Ambiguity: Aboriginal Education in a Metropolitan School District"
Bertels, S., A. Hoffman and R. Dejordy (working paper) "Structure and Role Heterogeneity in Organizational Fields: Evolving Board Interlocks in the Environmental Movement"
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