AOM Africa Conference Program Committee member, Phil Mirvis, discusses the conference objectives and outcomes.
A joint 9-month research project between the Doughty Centre and Business in the Community identified 7 key benefits that can be realised from being a responsible business. A report written by Nadine Exter and Charlotte Turner is available in the Centre website library www.doughtycentre.info .
What's next in sustainability? Challenges ahead. Interview with Prof. Bradley K. Googins, former Director of the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship and visiting professor of Deusto Business School.
Michael Edwards interviewed by Dr. Susanne Lang, CCCD - Centrum fuer Corporate Citizenship Deutschland, Berlin, March 2011.
Two foremost CSR experts, Bradley K. Googins of Boston College and Steve Rochlin of AccountAbility, ponder questions of complexity, CSR motivators, and what's next in CSR. This discussion took place on November 30, 2010 at BCLC's (Business Civic Leadership Center) Corporate Citizenship Awards Dinner.
The Doughty Centre has teamed up with the entrepreneurial business 50 Lessons to produce the Doughty Centre 50 Lessons on Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability. These follow the successful 50 Lessons format of business leaders and thought-leaders sharing a formative experience in their career and the lessons they have drawn from this, which may be invaluable to others. The series features international business leaders, academic experts in corporate responsibility, and thought-leaders who champion sustainability and responsible business. Interviewees talk about their experiences working in leading companies such as Accenture, The Body Shop, Cookson Group, Financial Times, innocent drinks, Lloyds TSB, Merrill Lynch and Unipart.