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4 Feb 2016 Herd behavior in organizations: the case of entering an investment project (2011). Herd behavior in organizations: the case of entering an investment project. Zeszyty Naukowe KGŚ, 30, 154-161. 6 May 2015 KIAF - WS 10: Tone at the Top - Making it live throughout an Organization - Mazars Download the presentation about Tone at the Top by Mazars at our Knowledge Into Action Forum 2015. 4 Aug 2014 Deans Forum ABIS organized a Deans Forum with Loyola University, New Orleans in February 2013 to address management in faith-based institutions in the 21st century. 3 Aug 2014 Leadership & Sustainability The University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainable Leadership and ABIS launched a study, to explore the challenges of and opportunities for integrating sustainability into the practices of executive development. 1 May 2012 Creating Shared Value as a Differentiation Strategy: The Example of BASF in Brazil This paper aims to create empirical evidence regarding shared value strategies recently propagated by Michael Porter and Mark Krame. 1 May 2012 “He has told you, O man, what is good!” The purpose of this paper is to introduce three fundamental concepts of Jewish thought that act as the basis of society. 1 May 2009 Mainstreaming Corporate Responsibility Over the last five years, TPG had sponsored numerous local, relatively small-scale initiatives. These included community-based programmes in some of the 60 countries in which the company operated, as well as the high-profile annual Dutch Golf Tournament 1 May 2009 A corporate’s responsibility to employees during a merger: organizational virtue and employee loyalty The purpose of this paper is to explore how employee views of the merged organization differ by their pre-merger background, and to explain the impact of the poorly perceived organizational virtue on employees’ 1 May 2009 Mainstreaming Corporate Responsibility In this chapter, I shall argue how the onset of corporate responsibility (CR) holds a strong and powerful potential for improving motivation, commitment and identification among the workforce. 1 May 2008 Business and climate change: emergent institutions in global governance This paper aims to explore how multinational corporations (MNCs) may operate in the context of a so-called emergent institution which is not yet settled and taken for granted
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Sustainability 137Corporate Social Responsibility 114Leadership 109Research 98Management 95Education 93Innovation 90Ethics 80Entrepreneurship 53Corporate Responsibility 48Corporate Governance 45Stakeholders 45Strategy 45Training 45Partnerships 43Business Model 42Social Responsibility 42Development 40Funding 40Finance 38Sustainable Development 36Cross-sector and Society Collaboration 32Global Governance 30Economics 29Emerging Markets 28Human Resources 28KIAF 27Corporate Strategy 26Economic Development 25Globalisation 25Environmental Sustainability 24SMEs 24Colloquium 2014 24Multinational Companies 23Supply Chain 23Organisational Change 21Economic Sustainability 20Competitiveness 19Climate Change 18Poverty 18Health 17Strategic Management 17Energy 16Institutions 16Stakeholder Engagement 16Developing Countries 15Consumer Behaviour 14Non-governmental Organisations 14Organisational Behaviour 14Efficiency 13Employees 13Organisational Performance 13Organisational Structures 13Regulation 13Environmental Management 12Shared Value 12Sustainable Assessment and reporting 12Circular Economy 12Technology 12Change Management 11Boards 10Accountability 9Corporate Social Entrepreneurship 9Human Rights 9Shareholders 9Social Development 9Social Intrapreneurship 9Management Development in Africa 9Corporate Citizenship 8Risk Management 8Environmental Regulation 7Reputation 7Non-financial indicators 7Policy 7Philantrophy 6Faith-based management 6Law 5Social Entrepreneurship 5Talent Development 5Cybersecurity 5International Dimensions of CR 4Rural Areas 4Sustainable Banking 4Aid effectiveness 3Welfare State 3Sustainable Luxury Business 3Responsible Investment 3Microfinance 2Financial Vulnerability 2Change Processes 2Organization Theory 2Culture 2Responsible Innovation 2Transparency 1Smart Cities 1Organisational Development 1Marketing 1Futures Thinking 1Public sector 1
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