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Blog 31. July 2013 | 2 Comments

Change the World

The month of June is ending. The rains have started and the school year is well under way. In Bilbao, the first Global Dialogue on Sustainable Business is underway and at AIM, the second term of the MBA program is ending and our students have just finished reporting on their walkabouts. For me, it is a week for thinking about space, discovery and dreams. It is a week for thinking about what kind of leadership is necessary to change the world. Network:  Global Network for Corporate Citizenship [more]

26.03.2013

A mindset for CSR and Sustainable Development in China (2012)

by Bill Valentino, China Institute of Social Responsibility Slideshare:  http://www.slideshare.net/GNCC_CSR/valentino-a-mindset-for-csr-and-sustainable-development-in-china-2012 Thumbnail:  Embed:  A mindset for CSR and Sustainable Development in China (2012) from GNCC_CSR

Blog 16. January 2012 | 0 Comments

Next for Responsible Business: Operational Innovation

By Bradley Googins and Philip Mirvis   A 2011 Cone/Echo Global poll finds that more than 90% of the world’s consumers want businesses to launch “operational innovation for the greater good.”  There is more to this than a company “cleaning up its act” by, say, reducing pollutants or protecting human rights in its supply chain.  It is about a company using its know-how and leverage to develop new business practices that have a positive impact on the world.      [more]

Blog 02. December 2011 | 0 Comments

Holiday Shopping and the Brand Promise of CSR

By Bradley Googins and Philip Mirvis   Holiday shopping season is upon us and businesses have spent a fortune to give their brands (and the company behind them) a distinct personality.  Their logic: consumers want "stuff" that makes them feel cool or exciting or maybe secure, sophisticated, or powerful and top brands, gift wrapped or not, promise to deliver what they want.   Business knows that investments to enhance a brand's functions, features, and emotional appeal translate into big profits.  Meanwhile, as this is also the season of thanks and charity, a firm's largesse extends to holiday parties and CSR.  [more]

08.09.2011

Developing responsible leaders in China- 2011

Slideshare:  http://www.slideshare.net/GNCC_CSR/developing-responsible-leaders-in-china-2011 Thumbnail:  Embed:  Developing responsible leaders in China- 2011 from GNCC_CSR