In the the seventh video of the interview series with contributors to Cranfield on Corporate Sustainability, editor David Grayson talks to Sharon Jackson, Associate at the Centre for Customised Executive Development. Her chapter in the book looks at how employees interpret their organisation’s sustainability expectations. Follow the discussion here:
NEW: David Grayson and co-author Jane Nelson explore the past, present and future of business-led corporate responsibility coalitions in their new book Corporate Responsibility Coalitions: The Past, Present, and Future of Alliances for Sustainable Capitalism. They focus on the emergence of new models of collective corporate action over the past four decades; the current state of play, and the increasing number, diversity and complexity in terms of how they not only network with each other but also engage in a much broader universe of institutions that are promoting responsible business practices. In addition, the book provides in-depth profiles of the most strategic, effective and long-standing coalitions, including: Business for Social Responsibility; Business in the Community; CSR Europe; Instituto Ethos; International Business Leaders Forum; the UN Global Compact; and the WBCSD.