A paradigm shift from corporate social responsibility to corporate sustainability

22 April 2021 18:00-19:00, United Kingdom

This talk will trace the evolution of corporate social responsibility (CSR) from its earliest origins to its implementation in modern companies.  Conceptual models for thinking about the topic will be shared and a few case studies presented.  The topic of sustainability, and in particular corporate sustainability, will be examined and the differences and similarities with CSR explored.  

It is suggested that CSR, in its traditional sense, is now outdated and instead the focus should be on corporate sustainability.  A new business model for future corporate sustainability will be shared along with the key capabilities organisations will need to fulfil their strategic goals.

Asutosh is passionate about supporting individuals and businesses through their transformational change journey, in response to the challenges they face.
He has over 20 years’ experience working with a range of organisations from start-ups to global blue-chip companies. As a certified executive coach, he supports high calibre professionals to maximise their leadership skills and increase their value potential.  He has a proven record of helping leaders to solve complex challenges and implement practical solutions with sustainable benefits.  He is an ardent supporter of sustainable business practices and recently had a book chapter on corporate sustainability published by Wiley in “Green Energy to Sustainability: Strategies for Global Industries”.

This online event will be recorded.

United Kingdom

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Royal Society of Chemistry Management Group
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