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Business Innovation Through Corporate Social Responsibility Seminar
|Event Start Date||Thursday, October 28, 2010|
Shiley Center for Science and Technology, Room 261
|Event Start Time||6:00 pm - 9:00 pm|
The Ahlers Center for International Business invites you to attend a two-evening seminar on:
Business Innovation through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
This seminar examines the alignment of corporate social responsibility (CSR) with business strategy, emphasizing ways to effectively integrate social value creation into corporate processes. More and more leading companies increasingly pursue the explicit creation of social value in balance with economic performance. They actively innovate to develop effective responses to the social, economic, and environmental effects of doing business. Working on their own or partnering with public agencies and nonprofit organizations, a growing number of firms seek to actively contribute to the betterment of society. New business models are emerging to build future markets by providing goods and services geared to the needs of heretofore excluded populations. Directions now being shaped will have profound effects on future generations. In this seminar, participants will gain insights into powerful CSR strategies that contribute to company’s performance and reputation.
This seminar is part of the Global Business Strategy Certificate Program sponsored by the Ahlers Center for International Business.
|Contact||Tara Jankowski | 619-260-6809|
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