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Who's Responsible for Corporate Responsibility?: A study of the people tasked with getting their companies to respect workers and protect the environment

Christine Bader April 08, 2018

Corporate responsibility has become a business buzzword, featured in glossy reports on sustainability and worker welfare initiatives But how does real, meaningful change actually happen in corporations Who has the power to ensure a company is a force for good in the world And how can doing so help the bottom line Christine Bader, one of the world s leading experts on cCorporate responsibility has become a business buzzword, featured in glossy reports on sustainability and worker welfare initiatives But how does real, meaningful change actually happen in corporations Who has the power to ensure a company is a force for good in the world And how can doing so help the bottom line Christine Bader, one of the world s leading experts on corporate responsibility, takes readers on a tour of the key roles aimed at advancing corporate change on social and environmental issues She interviewed leaders from Google, Microsoft, Gap, MasterCard, Levi Strauss, Motorola, ATT, and many other companies to explore the opportunities and limitations for employees at all levels from CEOs and lawyers to designers and supply chain managers to show what good business can do for the world About the author Christine Bader is a writer, speaker, and adviser on corporate responsibility and sustainability She is the author of The Evolution of a Corporate Idealist When Girl Meets Oil She was most recently an adviser to BSR and a visiting scholar at Columbia University, where she taught courses on human rights and business After earning her M.B.A from Yale in 2000, Bader joined BP, working in Indonesia, China, and the United Kingdom to manage the social impact of some of the company s largest projects in the developing world In 2006 she created a part time pro bono role as adviser to the United Nations secretary general s special representative for business and human rights, a role she occupied full time from 2008 until 2011, when the UN mandate ended Bader has also served as a corps member with City Year, a special assistant to the New York City mayor s chief of staff and deputy mayor, and a teaching fellow in community service at Phillips Academy Andover She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.


  • Title: Who's Responsible for Corporate Responsibility?: A study of the people tasked with getting their companies to respect workers and protect the environment
  • Author: Christine Bader
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  • Page: 475
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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