Get training through the multifaceted combination of InClass seminars, e-learning seminars (webinars) and MOOCs; develop your knowledge and skills in the fields of Corporate Social Responsibility, Business Ethics, Environmental Sustainability (Nachhaltigkeit), Social Entrepreneurship and General Management; gain the necessary expertise to become a responsible leader and broaden your career opportunities for professional jobs and internships.
As Master in Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) are in demand, M.A. in Responsible Management covers the subject areas and aims at embedding CSR, Sustainability, Business Ethics and Social Entrepreneurship principles into mainstream business activity and corporate structure. The Program helps leaders in corporations, NGOs and public sector who need to guide their organizations’ actions that are to result in positive impact on the environment, consumers, employees, communities, and other stakeholders.
Thus the thesis provides an account of global distributive justice that speaks to both political philosophical attempts to ground discussion of global justice in the extant realities of globalisation, as well to critical accounts of the corporation within the global economy that as yet lack. Businesses face a number of strategic risks as consumers demand for responsible practices and future strategic investments need to be considered in terms of environment and society. This shows the growing value given to socially responsible behavior of the corporate sector. This is being seen through increased regulatory behavior to guide companies in driving corporate social responsibility. PhD thesis, London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom). The first set, the ideal-aspirational set, draws on Rawlsian ideas to do with property-owning democracy, and argues that a fully just corporation on this reading would set restrictions on corporate size, profit and executive remuneration, as well as requiring a change from concentrated ownership. It critically examines the role of societal pressures as drivers of Shell's CSR agenda, and explores the forms of relationships existing between Shell and its stakeholders in Nigeria, as the company implements its CSR programme, both in the light of its strategic business objectives and. The secp has placed emphasis on expectation of the board of directors to play an active role in formulating CSR policy. Data collection was undertaken during field research in Nigeria. Indonesia has implemented sector based mandatory legislation related to CSR. Such principles, it is argued, ought to reflect the complex realities of the political-economic circumstances within which corporations operate.
Efficient methods for CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) for developing countries
Survival strategy of subcontractors in the automobile industry
Females workers and childbirth/child-raising
Effects on employment through deepening of the European Economic Integration
The warm discussion on corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the business community has influenced to the academic world. The CSR topic is accommodated to a number of lectures in the university. The result is that a large number of students are racing to write their thesis on CSR. A most simple and honest answer from them is that the topic a trend is, or is a topic which can be accepted compared to other topics sent forward. Ironically, most of the students are disappointed that their lecturer doesn’t have the right knowledge on this topic. This is not all to fault to the lecturer if they honestly say that they don’t master the topics on CSR, especially in making a academic thesis. This lecture didn’t existed when we went to college.
However, despite an urge for performing “good” social roles, there still be numerous of organizations showing their unwillingness to fulfill their expected responsibility due to the controversy of how the concept should be defined amongst academia, businesses, and society, in addition to the conflict of interests between a firm’s shareholders and stakeholders that accounts mostly for difficulties in implementing CSR practices....