This offer of the Humanistic Management Center is designed to enhance terminological and conceptual clarity in the CSR debate.
The foundation of this offer is an A-Z of terms that are pivotal for a thorough understanding of the increasing societal demands placed on business organizations. Central terms in the CSR debate will be introduced, highlighting first and foremost their specific, contextualized relevance for corporate responsibilities but also their etymology and their general usage and meaning across various disciplines. To make this course more tangible, it is rich in illustrative examples that underline the benefits of having this foundational knowledge as well as some risks of not doing so.
In consequence participants will gain a deeper understanding of terms and concepts deployed in the discourse on CSR. Participants in this executive education offer of the Humanistic Management Center will leave the course better equipped to make sense of and respond to questions regarding the role of business in society and what terms like compliance, integrity, legitimacy or responsibility really mean for their organization.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch under firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any questions regarding this offer.
|Course duration:||Flexible, ranging from a two hour introduction to a two day course|
|Faculty:||Dr. Ernst von Kimakowitz|