4th Annual Colloquium

“Corporate Responsibility & Competitiveness: Developing Human Capital for Sustainable Growth”

5-6 December 2005 - Warsaw, Poland


In line with EABIS' mission to stimulate theory and practice on corporate responsibility, the 2005 Colloquium focused on the relationship between corporate responsibility and competitiveness in companies, industry sectors and national or regional economies through the development of human capital.


The first day of the event focused on Education, Training & Organisational Change, day 2 on Research & Knowledge Development.

Selected highlights of the conference:


  • Peter Senge - Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) & Founder of the Society for Organisational Learning
  • Simon Zadek - CEO, AccountAbility & Senior Fellow, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
  • Goran Radman - Chairman, Microsoft, Southern & Eastern Europe


Special Features

  • Launch of 1st European Responsible Competitiveness Index by AccountAbility
  • Launch of 1st European Corporate Responsibility (CR) Education & Training Exchange - A selection of 50+ practical "best cases" in learning on CR from leaders in the field, including:
  • Business - Shell on their Sustainable Development Learning Toolkit, Microsoft on Role Play & Experiential Learning, Lloyds TSB on Training & the Balanced Scorecard, etc, EDF and Cranfield on Training Partnerships
  • Academia
  • - IMD on Business-Academic Learning Forums, London Business School on Curriculum Development & Case Writing, Ashridge on MBA Mainstreaming, IESE on Faculty Development, etc
  • Other Organisations
  • - World Bank on Interactive Case Learning & "The Global Classroom", WBCSD on Learning Tools, Core Ratings on Value & Risk Management, AIESEC on Student Learning Networks, etc.
  • Research Workshops with EABIS' Unique Platform for Business-Academic Input on CR - A selection of 80+ submissions from leading thinkers in academia & reflective practitioners, including:
  • Business - Microsoft on Citizenship & Entrepreneurship, Unilever on Learning Partnerships with NGOs, Lloyds TSB on the Business Value of CR, Johnson & Johnson on Market Development, Knowledge Transfers & Human Capital, Shell on CR as Culture Change, EDF on Stakeholder Management & Innovation, etc
  • Academia
  • Gala Dinner & Awards Ceremony at Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw


EABIS Colloquium 2005 host partners - Leon Kozminski Academy of Entrepreneurship & Management , Warsaw School of Economics & the Polish Responsible Business Forum


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