Download the Council on Business & Society Global Voice magazine #21. 96 pages of CSR & Sustainability insights.
How do professionals with multiple job identities handle their different roles? Profs Charlotte Croft, Graeme Currie & Andy Lockett, Warwick Business school, explore the role of the nurse-manager & how their two identities impact work and emotional well-being.
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The Council on Business & Society Celebrates its 10th Anniversary: So, ten years on from 2011 and the Council’s creation, we believe we can justifiably consider that the alliance was visionary in its concept. Indeed, in the last three years or so there has been a very noticeable interest globally in the issues traditionally covered by the CoBS: diversity and inclusion, sustainability, ethical leadership, the necessity for social and environmental accounting, sustainable finance, stakeholder cooperation and co-creation, sustainable business practices. We have witnessed the creation of many establishments, centres and institutions – or indeed existing ones – taking on a CSR and sustainability dimension. In many cases, the CoBS happily co-exists with these peer organisations and in some cases, most notably the UN PRME, GBSN and OECD, has very close and regular working ties.
So join us in celebrating our 10 years and let us contribute together to striving for a world in which business plays a positive, responsible and major role in creating innovation, wealth and knowledge for society, humankind, and our planet.
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 ample research on corporate governance (CG) and corporate social responsibility (CSR), there is a lack of consensus on the nature of the relationship between the two concepts, says Prof. Tanusree Jain of Trinity Business School, as she sheds light in a two-part feature on the full sweep of this bond.
Global Voice magazine #15: 100 pages of insights on CSR, leadership, management, healthcare, business education, entrepreneurship and social enterprise
Employees giving voice to opinions and suggestions is risky but beneficial to an organisation. Professor He Peng from School of Management Fudan University analyses what makes employees go silent and […]
From the charismatic leader who has the answers to it all, to the omnipotent leader who can always save the day, she who can spin a story is the hero. […]
David Allen, WBS Distinguished Research Environment Professor at Warwick Business School, looks into the strategies that can make both employees and the organisation happy winners. With kind acknowledgements to CORE […]