- 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.
The daily structure will be the following:
- The two morning sessions (09:30 – 11:00 and 11:30 – 13:00) will be devoted to a lecture focusing on tools and models by a leading academic faculty member with expertise on the lecture of the day.
- The lunch break (13:00 – 14:00) will give to the participants the opportunity for tasting the Greek Cuisine, discussing and networking.
- In the two afternoon sessions (14:00 – 15:30 and 15:45 – 17:15) there will be a presentation with industry examples and case studies by a senior professional with expertise in the lecture of the day. During the afternoon sessions, consultancy cases will also be discussed.