||CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: NEW CHALLENGES, NEW CONCEPTS
Businesses face increasing pressure to act in more responsible ways and contribute to not only financial, but social and environmental improvement. While the idea of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has become well recognised, in recent years new concepts such as ‘sustainability’ and ‘creating shared value’ have been promoted as the best path forward for business performance and social legitimacy. This afternoon symposium will provide an opportunity for business practitioners and researchers to hear from leading international and local experts on the new challenges and concepts in CSR. Speakers include:
Hewlett-Packard Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility, Schulich School of Business, York University, Canada
Contesting the Value of the ‘Shared Value’ Concept
Professor of Accounting, University of Sydney Business School
Fashion or Future? Exploring the Empirical Basis for Creating Shared Value
Head of Environmental Sustainability, ANZ Bank
Delivering a Value Proposition for Environmental Sustainability
Senior Sustainability Consultant, Net Balance
The Potential for Creating Shared Value in Australia: How Australian Companies Co-create Long-term Commercial and Social Value
Principal, Dan Cass & Co.
Organisational Renewables Campaigns: Potential for a Shared Value Transformation?
FRIDAY, 14 FEBRUARY 2014
2.00pm - 5.30pm (followed by drinks and canapés)
Business School CBD Campus
133 Castlereagh Street
To firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, 6th February. Places are limited.
Catering will be provided so please advise of any specific dietary requirements.