EABIS - Academy of Business in Society
14 April 2011

EABIS Newsletter

Companies can't compete on sustainability challenges any longer - collaboration is needed

What do boiled eggs, crowd-sourcing, and footprints have in common? The answer is sustainable innovation - the topic of a new EABIS work stream which kicked-off with an event on corporate responsibility and innovation. Host Burgundy School of Business provided the scene in picturesque Dijon where ‘le savoir de vivre’ still prevails.

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Addressing corporate responsibility in accreditation processes

Hosted by EFMD on 10 May and led by EABIS President Gilbert Lenssen, this advisory seminar will feature “best practice” examples from leading business schools on the complex subject of corporate responsibility, institutional mainstreaming, and the accreditation standards.

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The role of business in addressing the ongoing HIV/Aids epidemic in Africa

68% of all people infected with HIV/AIDS live in sub-Saharan Africa. While 5 million people have access to treatment, 10 million people have to do without. In total, there are 33 million people infected, while the funding gap is now US$ 10 billion. For every person that newly receives treatment, two new infections are counted.

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Paradigm shift needed in business education

“If we want to save the world, we have to reinvent business education.” This is the recommendation of an Engaged Business Leaders’ Forum held on Friday 1 April at Rotterdam School of Management.

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The very notion of human resource management ethically fraught

The EABIS Monash 'Ethics and HRM' seminar took place in London early this week

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Upcoming events

More events: coming soon!

IMPACT: Europe-wide Delphi study invites experts from five sectors

If your field of expertise is Construction, Retail, ICT, Automotive or Wearing Apparel, you are welcome to join the survey.

PhD in Social Innovation

Intel Europe, Catholic University (Ingolstadt, Germany) and the Centre for Corporate Citizenship search for candidates to assign a Fellowship. Deadline: 27 July 2012.


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