Download Global Voice magazine #19: Download Global Voice magazine #19: Download the latest issue of the Council on Business & Society’s quarterly magazine Global Voice #19: Open for Responsible Business.
Responsible Finance & Accounting: Performance and profit for better business, better society, better planet. The Council on Business & Society publishes its latest downloadable book featuring 34 faculty, practitioner and student contributors from the 7 schools of the CoBS, guest institutions and companies. With a Foreword by Professors Adrian Zicari, ESSEC Business School & Qinqin Zheng, School of Management Fudan University.
Alexandre Sion, ESSEC Business School, makes the case for impact investing as a game-changer on the world’s capital markets.
Never Assume: The pursuit of “technology for good”: Achieving “technology for good” in business practice is more complicated than it might seem at first glance. Patrick Hinton, Warwick Business School Runner-up in the 2021 CoBS CSR article competition, MBA and member of the military, takes a long, hard look at the checklist to bear in mind to make tech4good happen.
How have CSR and its affiliated notion of sustainability shaped business, shareholders, stakeholders and the fields of finance and accounting. With the launch of the latest Council on Business & Society publication – Responsible Finance & Accounting – Professors Adrian Zicari, ESSEC Business School, and Qinqin Zheng, School of Management Fudan University explore.
Jean-Sébastien Simon, High-performance coach at ESSEC Business school, looks at purpose in Conscious Business, how it gives meaning and triggers change
Blameless and Powerless: How the Big Four react under public scrutiny – The credibility of audit reports is largely questioned after the Irish banking crisis. In the face of intense public scrutiny, what is the response of the Big Four? Neil J. Dunne, Trinity Business School, Niamh M. Brennan, University College Dublin, and Collette E. Kirwan, Waterford Institute of Technology, explore.
The Opportunity with Communities: Climate change, social inequality, privacy, responsible production and consumption are popular themes in the goals and objectives of governments and corporations. In this article, Precious Anyanwu, Schulich School of Business exchange student to ESSEC Business School, explores an idea on how choosing the appropriate community is an integral factor in building the foundation for upholding sustainability.
The Impact of Global Social Movements on Corporate Governance: Professors Tanusree Jain, Trinity Business School, and Patricia Gabaldon, IE Business School together with Cynthia E. Clark, Bentley University and Punit Arora, City University of New York, provide the backdrop to their call for papers for a special issue of Corporate Governance: An International Review.
Conscious Business: A new frontier in view. Jean-Sébastien Simon, High Performance Coach and lecturer in Conscious Business at ESSEC Business School provides an opening, pathfinder feature on the nature of Conscious Business.