Submitted by: Center for Corporate Citizenship
Categories: Business Ethics
Posted: Mar 31, 2002 – 11:00 PM EST
Mar. 31 /CSRwire/ - Chestnut Hill, MA - In a time of dramatic evolution for the role of the corporation as a citizen, an informed dialogue is essential for advancing the practice of corporate citizenship.
The audio CD, Voices for Corporate Citizenship, is a conversation with CEOs, business leaders, strategists, and researchers on the forefront of change in American business. The CD is a resource for corporate citizenship professionals, serving as:
- A source of information about what leading companies are thinking, learning and doing about corporate citizenship.
- A source of inspiration for mobilizing resources and building common agendas within their own organization.
- A forum for engagement in an essential and vibrant conversation about the future of corporate citizenship as an industry as well as a company practice.
The CD, produced by the award-winning journalism team Lydon-McGrath, features insights from:
-Bradley Googins, Ph.D., executive director, Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College
-Jill Kerr Conway, member, Board of Directors, Nike
-Charles Derber, Ph.D., professor, Boston College, author, Corporation Nation
-Amy Domini, managing principal and founder, Domini Social Investments, LLC
-Nigel Morris, president and chief operating officer, Capital One Financial
-John Murphy, CEO, Oppenheimer Funds
-Ralph W. Shrader, CEO, Booz Allen Hamilton
-Jeff Swartz, CEO, The Timberland Company
-Sandra Waddock, DBA, professor, Boston College, author, Leading Corporate Citizens: Vision, Values, Value Added
-Heather White, founder and executive director, Verite
-Simon Zadek, chair, Institute of Social and Ethical Accountability; author, The Civil Corporation: The New Economy of Corporate Citizenship
Copies of the CD were distributed to members of the Center for Corporate Citizenship and to attendees at The Center’s annual International Corporate Citizenship Conference in March. Additional copies can be ordered from The Center’s web site at www.bc.edu/corporatecitizenship.
The Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College, part of the Carroll School of Management, provides research, executive education, consultation and convenings on issues of corporate citizenship. The Center has more than 300 corporate members across the globe.
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