The impact and risks involved for small firms when communicating on their CSR.
Global Voice magazine #15: 100 pages of insights on CSR, leadership, management, healthcare, business education, entrepreneurship and social enterprise
Professors Tina Saebi, Norwegian School of Economics, Nicolai Foss of the Copenhagen Business School and Stefan Linder of ESSEC Business School take us on a quest to find the missing pieces that will aid and redirect the course of research on social enterprise.
What is whistleblowing and how does it work? Why fear it? And how can a robust speak up system bring benefits for both the company, its workforce, and society? Prof. Marianna Fotaki of Warwick Business School highlights the key factors in designing and implementing effective speak-up arrangements.
Social technology – an alternative to the western approach to economic growth
Prof Yufei Huang of Trinity Business School with insights for entrepreneurs on effectively spending time to maximise sales.
Base-of-the-Pyramid DNA takes a look at how large companies can create purposeful win-wins with local stakeholders and tough environments.
Concepción Galdón, Sheila M. Cannon and CoBS Publishing with a new book – Social Enterprise: A focus on entrepreneurship for the common good.
Disability and the Employment Gap: The next equality battle for business leaders.
Skills, KPIs and incentive are macro factors for project team success – so why do projects still fail? Research into Team Excellence via Task Bubbles focuses on the micro factors that may well make the difference.