Download the Council on Business & Society Global Voice magazine #17 : 102 pages on CSR, buildbackbetter, women leaders, 4 ways to fight child labor, sustainability, greentech, climate change, management, nature-based solutions, social enterprise, intergenerational collaboration, social reporting, environmental reporting, social reporting, supply chain governance, agile supply chain governance, ethics, ethics & compliance.
Despite decades of responsible procurement reforms, child labor remains a daily occurrence across global supply chains linked to leading corporations. Ksapa sustainability and corporate responsibility consultant, Margaux Dillon, reports on how technology can play a role in monitoring child labor and providing new solutions.
Prof. Yufei Huang, Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin, shares his research on performance and all-important time-saving in high-stress teams, taking us through team mix, experience sharing and the most effective hierarchical approach to adopt.
Prof. Xavier Pavie, ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific, polls students from Singapore and France to look the future squarely in the face and see the world in 2050. In this first feature, Singapore.
Leveraging Senior Talent: What social enterprise can teach companies about intergenerational collaboration
Prof. David Allen, Warwick Business School, looks into the benefits of a fun working environment, how to create the right factors that lead to it, and how to ensure that fun doesn’t prevent a drop in performance and professionalism.
Multinationals have a hard time governing sustainability practices in their global supply chains – even more so during times of crisis. Prof. Tanusree Jain, Trinity Business School, lays out the blueprint for agile and effective sustainability governance. An article by Tom Gamble and Tanusree Jain.
How to breathe new life into education and foster student capacity for imagination & innovation? Prof. Xavier Pavie, ESSEC APAC, explores.
Prof. Haley Beer, Warwick Business School. Identify the factors in catering for new expectations among employees and how companies and organisations can link these to higher purpose, performance and improved employee wellness.
Artificial intelligence, Employee Performance and Wellness: Prof. Yufei Huang, Trinity Business School, together with co-researcher Dr. Joan Cahill, Trinity College Dublin, share their current research into the impact of AI on employees and how firms can reimagine work in a healthy way, bolstered by intelligent technology.