Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
- To facilitate learning process to engage in changing practices to make them more sustainable, responsible, and ethically informed.
- Students understand three constituting fields of managing responsibly: sustainability, responsibility and ethics.
- Students are able to apply knowledge and insights from sustainability concepts to real life problems.
- Students are able to apply knowledge and insights from responsible business practices to real life problems.
- Students are able to apply knowledge about behavioral ethics to real life problems.
- Students are able to identify, understand and facilitate individual action that can lead to change at the organisational and system level to ‘act is to move’.
- Students know how to to appreciate and bring together different points of view, and negotiate collective solutions to pressing problems.
- Managing ResponsiblyMeaning, relevance to sustainability and ethics, managerial practices.
- SustainabilityConcepts of sustainability, sustainability in a business context, managerial practices.
- ResponsibilityRoots of responsible business practices, responsibility in organizations, stakeholder management, managerial practices.
- EthicsBasics of behavioral ethics, moral philosophy, moral issues, managerial practices, ethics hotlines, codes of ethics, ethics training.
- Professions and OccupationsProfessional context, responsible management issues, responsible management practices.
- Integration 'Bringing it all together'Systemic complexity, power struggles, paradoxes, transformative action.
- Lenn, D. J. (2015). Principles of Responsible Management: Glocal Sustainability, Responsibility, and Ethics. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 14(2), 299–301. https://doi.org/10.5465/amle.2015.0075
- Laasch, O., & Conaway, R. (2014). Responsible Business: A Textbook for Theory; Practice and Change. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsbas&AN=edsbas.58A64A5