Our one-page Research Insights provide snapshots of the latest, most credible academic research on key sustainability topics. Leading researchers identify the most significant articles on management. These articles are then distilled into plain-language summaries highlighting the key contributions and takeaways for managers.
Employees get the warm fuzzies when they think their companies use CSR altruistically, but for managers, it’s really about the numbers.
As a manager, your moral compass and level of ethical behaviour sets the tone for employee ethics. If you do the right thing, so will your team.
For those leaders still trying to make the business case for sustainability, here’s something to tell senior management: CSR will help your company generate more…
Slogans and ads used in environmental campaigns often use stronger and assertive language than ads for consumer goods, which is critical to their success.
Does your small business lack a formal strategy? CSR may be the answer. Steven MacGregor and Joan Fontrodona of the IESE Business School (Universidad de…
Innovation is a key factor in a company’s long-term success, regardless of its size. However, until now, research about the relationship between innovation and sustainable…
Pressure from customers, shareholders, governments and the general public pushes firms to improve their environmental performance – but what about a firm’s competitors? What role…
Your firm can’t buy its way out of a soured reputation with philanthropy alone, but building a culture of good corporate citizenship might do the trick.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) information reduces the value consumers give to luxury brands associated with the pursuit of “perfection.”
Overzealous employees passionate about company success may act unethically to protect firm. Learn to spot unethical behaviour — and nip it in the bud.
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