Vol 3. No 2 March/April 2012 Syndicate content

The Socratic Method and Sabermetrics

What philosophers and baseball scouts can teach us about corporate responsibility.

 

By Dirk Olin 

Whither the CRO?

The position might be akin to the e-commerce officer (extinct)—or to the CFO (eternal). A special report by the Corporate Responsibility Officers Association and the Business Civic Leadership Center. 

The Rise and Fall of CR Education

Few business schools require rigorous ethics training. A call for reform.

 

By Diane L. Swanson and Dann G. Fisher 

Contribution Clarity

Good corporate governance assumes basic transparency when it comes to political giving.

By Dan Bross and Trevor Potter 

The Water Warrior

Taken for granted in much of the modern world, shifts in demand for this vital resource require new thinking. Enter, a big thinker.

 

By Dirk Olin
 

Advancing the Shared Value Proposition

Following up on a groundbreaking analysis.

 

By Michael E. Porter 

Collaborative Responsibility

A new initiative looks to exploit exchange expertise to tackle the job deficit.

 

By Michelle Greene 

The Next Generation

Leveraging reporting to drive sustainability.

By Mike Wallace 

The Importance of Recognition

It’s okay—toot your own horn.

By Stephen Jordan

Part of the Problem

Rio+20 presents the corporate world with a major challenge—and a major opportunity.

By Mindy Lubber