Lectures

Lectures of the Summer School on CSR

The American College of Greece, 6 Gravias Street, Aghia Paraskevi 15342, Athens, Greece.

  • The role of business in society as leaders in a world of ever increasing social and environmental challenges and its potential contribution towards addressing the world’s most acute problems.
  • Novel responsible and sustainable business models, the emergence of the responsible organization and ways through which responsible and sustainable business models are established and maintained.
  • Trade-offs that result from the integration of sustainability and responsibility issues into an organization’s core strategy and operations.
  • Tools and frameworks to identify material stakeholders and to develop strategy that accounts for their often conflicting yet concurrent demands and expectations.
  • Organisational challenges associated with a transition to a responsible business model and the overcoming of these challenges by identifying the critical organizational levers that facilitate the transition.

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Location: Deree Upper Level Library, The American College of Greece, in Athens.

The American College of Greece, 6 Gravias Street, Aghia Paraskevi 15342, Athens, Greece.

  • The evolving role of business in society in recent decades.
  • Environmental, social, and economic drivers and risks affecting businesses as business opportunities for integrating sustainability factors within the core business strategy.
  • Agenda 2030 and the business case of the 17 SDGs as a roadmap of a company’s sustainability journey.
  • The 10 Principles of the UN Global Compact and their relationship with Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility.
  • Current and future Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility challenges.

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Location: Deree Upper Level Library, The American College of Greece, in Athens.

The American College of Greece, 6 Gravias Street, Aghia Paraskevi 15342, Athens, Greece.

  • Exploiting the business case of sustainable development through strategic corporate responsibility.
  • Guiding companies to identify material issues for the creation of shared and sustainable value.
  • Managerial analysis for each material issue from a shared and sustainable value point of view.
  • The management of responsible business and managerial practices aligned with the SDGs.
  • Linking shared and sustainable value with sustainable competitive advantages.

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Location: Deree Upper Level Library, The American College of Greece, in Athens.

The American College of Greece, 6 Gravias Street, Aghia Paraskevi 15342, Athens, Greece.

  • Firms as multi-purpose organizations that strive for multiple and oftentimes competing goals.
  • Definition of the Corporate Social Performance (CSP) as a multidimensional and essentially contested concept that recognizes and subsumes financial value as a type of social value.
  • Prominent CSP measurement and reporting schemes, key players promoting them and challenges in choosing and implementing a CSP measuring and reporting scheme.
  • The role of the emerging third-party industry that rates firms’ CSP in rendering them accountable for their social and environmental impact.
  • Artificial intelligence as a facilitator of CSP measurement and real-time firm accountability using behavioral data.

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Location: Deree Upper Level Library, The American College of Greece, in Athens.

Loulis Mills production plant at Keratsini, Spetson 1, Keratsini Drapetsona 187 55, Piraeus, Greece.

  • How transformation of organisations relates to the transformation of people?
  • What motives can be the enablers that can makes us to act more responsibly?
  • Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.
  • Partnerships between governments, the private sector and civil society.

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Location: Deree Upper Level Library, The American College of Greece, in Athens.

Certificate

After successfully attending the Summer School on CSR, students will form groups which will work on real case scenarios under the supervision of the School’s Faculty.
After the successful preparation of a business case, students will receive the certificate of the Summer School on CSR.

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