CSR and Sustainability

First of ten free presentations on corporate responsibility and sustainable business

Between January and April I am teaching about 120 Masters and Undergraduate students a nine/ten week corporate responsibility and sustainable business course.

One course is at Birkbeck, University of London and the other, longer by one week, at King’s College London.

Each week I will publish my slides from teaching on the blog, a few days after each lecture.

Here’s the course outline with lots of clickable links to the latest articles and videos I use to teach. You need to download the PDF to click the links.

This first one uses lots of images, but from week two onwards the slides will be more ‘useful’ in that I will be using more text and direct links to readable sources, so students have reference points afterwards.

All the lectures are written from scratch each year as the field is so fast moving and I try to make sure all the links are to useful readable sources. Any readers who might like PPT copies can let me know, as the links don’t work so well on SlideShare sometimes. You may have to download the PDF file.

So here’s week one on ‘What is CR and how did it come about‘, linked here on SlideShare and embedded in the blog below. Week two follows in a few days.

Corporate responsibility module lecture one introduction to cr from Tobias Webb

For readers who like this, Mallen Baker and I have put together a complete online training course on all this, with short, interesting videos covering all this and more.

Take a look at it at: http://g2g-training.com

You even get a certificate afterwards/

What does it cover?

The eight modules are:

  1. Introduction to CSR
  2. The Business Case
  3. CR and Sustainability Reporting
  4. Supply chains, Environment and Human Rights
  5. Reputation, Marketing and Communications
  6. Business and NGOs
  7. Employees and Internal Engagement
  8. Making it Happen for your Business

Comments are Closed

All rights reserved @ SustainableSmartBusiness

LinkedIn