Frederik Dahlmann, Warwick Business School, and colleagues explore how goal-setting strategies can help large companies become more sustainable.
Kevin Beltou, ESSEC Business School, probes gender equality and the crucial role deconstruction of gender and racial stereotypes can play.
The Council on Business & Society welcomes the 8th member to the alliance: Stellenbosch Business School
Cross-listing – how can firms in developing countries use CSR as an entry strategy to developed markets.
The Task of Our Generation: How business leaders can lead a global approach to combat climate change.
Prof. Anja Kern, Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University Mosbach, together with consultant with expertise in ESG, Philipp Jung, and Peter Jung, entrepreneur and business consultant, look into how firms and business leaders can lead a pragmatic and global approach to combat climate change.
Prof. Sotirios Paroutis, Warwick Business School, and Luciano Oviedo, Tempugo, share the why, what and how of evaluating the social impact of AI and digital strategy.
Download the Council on Business & Society Global Voice magazine #21. 96 pages of CSR & Sustainability insights.
The ISE Index in Brazil: A story of sustainability, purpose, challenge, and success – Professor Mario Monzoni, FGV-EAESP, one of the creators of the ISE (Sustainability Index) in Brazil, takes us through its journey from conception to successful implementation. From an interview by Professor Adrian Zicari, ESSEC-CoBS.
ESSEC’s Michèle Francony sums up the dilemma of our times with a blueprint for responsible innovation to overcome the challenges it faces.
A focus on an increasingly strategic issue for companies – designing responsible and resilient raw materials supply.