Drawing on Apple and Patagonia as examples, The University of Law Business School’s Stuart Ailion considers the merits of strategies that combine ethical outlooks with profit making
The impact of pursuing CSR investments on financial performance varies across studies, so where does the truth lie? And how do they affect the tenure of those at the helm? Jérôme Barthélemy, executive vice president and professor at ESSEC Business School, investigates
Nyenrode’s Remko Renes takes aim at the energy sector’s lack of foresight and makes the case for a more sophisticated model of financial reporting.
Copenhagen Business School’s Steen Vallentin considers problems of aspirational talk and corporate mindsets with regards to the circular economy, an often-heralded means of combating climate change.
Schools must help tomorrow’s leaders take decisions together, with those from several areas of expertise, while understanding how these decisions will affect different groups in different ways across the world, say the University of Gothenburg’s Thomas Sterner and Åsa Löfgren.
The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business’s Ralph Hamann says schools need to be proactive when it comes to climate change and ensure that system viability, and not just competitiveness, is a business priority at the forefront of managers’ attention and capabilities.
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