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A course refers to a specialized study program. It usually takes place on campus but can be delivered online. Courses are popular for people who want to get specific knowledge in one subject. Large corporations not only need to donate money and promote social programs for financial benefits, they often want to do so for more philanthropic reasons. Corporate social responsibility, or CSR, teaches… Read more

A course refers to a specialized study program. It usually takes place on campus but can be delivered online. Courses are popular for people who want to get specific knowledge in one subject.

Large corporations not only need to donate money and promote social programs for financial benefits, they often want to do so for more philanthropic reasons. Corporate social responsibility, or CSR, teaches students how to balance these needs and improve the bottom line and reputation of businesses, nonprofits and governmental organizations.

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Madrid, Spain

Title of Expert in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability from CMI Business School , the first business school specialized in CSR, where the integrity of people ta ... +

Title of Expert in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability from CMI Business School , the first business school specialized in CSR, where the integrity of people takes center stage to learn processes and techniques from a new perspective of collaboration and thus obtain the best results. -
Courses
Part-time
7 weeks
Spanish
Campus
Online
 
London, United Kingdom

By attending this course, you will consider the "people dimension" in sustainability. This includes the staff, customers, suppliers and communities that the organization is in ... +

By attending this course, you will consider the "people dimension" in sustainability. This includes the staff, customers, suppliers and communities that the organization is involved with and who benefit or suffer from its business practices. The course also examines sustainability within supply chains from a materials management perspective. Sustainability reporting is now an important way for companies to demonstrate transparently that they are taking non-financial measures into account when pursuing their business strategies. And we will apply the principles of risk management to corporate behaviour which could be seen as irresponsible. -
Courses
Full-time
English
Campus
 
A Coruña, Spain +2 More

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the business contribution to sustainable development with the aim of improving the social, economic and / or environmental.This means ... +

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the business contribution to sustainable development with the aim of improving the social, economic and / or environmental.This means that when a company has achieved an economic outturn account -
Courses
Full-time
Part-time
6 months
Spanish
Online
 

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Bogotá, Colombia

One of the most important issues of the current global agenda is social responsibility, especially since the creation of the concept of shared value -a perspective recognizing ... +

One of the most important issues of the current global agenda is social responsibility, especially since the creation of the concept of shared value -a perspective recognizing the impact -
Courses
English
Online
 
London, United Kingdom

By attending this course, you will consider the principles and practices of corporate responsibility, looking at how it has evolved from philanthropic and religious roots into ... +

By attending this course, you will consider the principles and practices of corporate responsibility, looking at how it has evolved from philanthropic and religious roots into an enterprise-wide philosophy and a call to action for sustainability. It will consider why adopting a sustainable approach makes business sense for companies today, how it applies to different sectors, and why organizations need to take account of their various stakeholders when developing a sustainability plan. -
Courses
Full-time
2 weeks
English
Campus
 
London, United Kingdom

By attending this course, you will consider the principles and practices of corporate responsibility, looking at how it has evolved from philanthropic and religious roots into ... +

By attending this course, you will consider the principles and practices of corporate responsibility, looking at how it has evolved from philanthropic and religious roots into an enterprise-wide philosophy and a call to action for sustainability. It will consider why adopting a sustainable approach makes business sense for companies today, how it applies to different sectors, and why organizations need to take account of their various stakeholders when developing a sustainability plan. -
Courses
Full-time
3 weeks
English
Campus
 
London, United Kingdom

By attending this CSR course, you will consider the principles and practices of corporate responsibility, looking at how it has evolved from philanthropic and religious roots ... +

By attending this CSR course, you will consider the principles and practices of corporate responsibility, looking at how it has evolved from philanthropic and religious roots into an enterprise-wide philosophy and a call to action for sustainability. It will consider why adopting a sustainable approach makes business sense for companies today, how it applies to different sectors, and why organizations need to take account of their various stakeholders when developing a sustainability plan. -
Courses
Full-time
English
Campus
 
London, United Kingdom

By attending this course, you will consider the "people dimension" in sustainability. This includes the staff, customers, suppliers and communities that the organization is in ... +

By attending this course, you will consider the "people dimension" in sustainability. This includes the staff, customers, suppliers and communities that the organization is involved with and who benefit or suffer from its business practices. The course also examines sustainability within supply chains from a materials management perspective. Sustainability reporting is now an important way for companies to demonstrate transparently that they are taking non-financial measures into account when pursuing their business strategies. And we will apply the principles of risk management to corporate behaviour which could be seen as irresponsible. -
Courses
Full-time
2 weeks
English
Campus
 

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