Student Voice: Amid the severe and ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, how can the world return to the trajectory of sustainability? Brian Kaitano, Maseno University Kenya, explores the key role that digital technology can play.
This 100-page publication features 25 articles from 27 faculty and practitioner contributors from ESSEC Business School, FGV-EAESP, IE Business School, School of Management Fudan University, Keio Business School, Trinity Business School, Warwick Business School and guest institutions and practitioners. Each contribution is accompanied by key takeaways and food for thought sections on ethical leadership, stakeholder ecosystems, sustainable business practices, social and environmental reporting, and effective governance in times of crisis.
Council on Business & Society 2021 Student CSR Article Competition, responsible leadership, CSR, sustainability, ethics, green finance, diversity & inclusion, social entrepreneurship, digital transformation, digital divide, social accounting. ESSEC Business School, FGV-EAESP, School of Management Fudan University, IE Business School, Keio Business School, Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin, Warwick Business School.
ESSEC GMBA Alumna Megha Sureshkar, Sustainability Market Researcher at Living Labs Federation, contends that extractive companies may be far from perfect, but nothing is impossible if the industry lets go of its conventional way of thinking and sets the pace for change with consumers leading the way.
It’s time to invest in responsible purchasing and maximize impact. Farid Baddache, CEO of Ksapa, outlines 3 successful solutions to match practices with the demands of the real economy we’re sharing with Chief Procurement Officers.
Prof. Laurence de Carlo, ESSEC Business School, and students Joaquim Martin, Thomas Nivet and Quentin Riblier look into the track record of smart cities to define a set of factors for a city to be truly smart.
The 9th EcoAct benchmark assessing de-carbonization of FTSE 100 companies is scathing: 85% of these large companies do not have a strategy to meet their climate challenges. Farid Baddache, CEO of the […]
July 2020: A thank you to the readers of the Council on Business & Society CoBS Insights
Dinka Sabalic, IE Business School runner-up in the CoBS 2020 CSR article competition, explores the rise in stakeholder pressure for extractables to adopt cleaner operations – not only to benefit people and planet, but also profit.
Extractive companies may be far from perfect, but nothing is impossible if the industry lets go of its conventional way of thinking and sets the pace for change with consumers leading the way. Doing good while doing bad? A near impossibility? Megha Sureshkar of ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific explores.