Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

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  Mend your supply chain to prevent a brand disaster

Anna Saez de Tejada Cuenca, Felipe Caro, Leonard Lane Would you know if your suppliers were using unauthorized subcontractors? Research from the fashion industry reveals some key predictors of the practice. Knowing these can help you sew up your supply chain's loose ends. Read article

  Culture wars: Take a stand or sit them out?

Yago de la Cierva Before you stake a position and your reputation on a controversial issue, make sure you know where your company stands. Follow this advice for choosing your words and your battles carefully. Read article

  In search of the common good

Michael J. Sandel In a polarized world with rising inequality, might it be time for us to rethink what it means to be a productive citizen and bring dignity back to work? Read article

  Suntory CEO Tak Niinami: "Harmony with people and nature is in our DNA"

IESE Insight The chief executive of one of the world's leading consumer products and beverage companies explains his business philosophy in this interview. He also shares his views on partnering with competitors for sustainability's sake. Read article

  Economist Amartya Sen on growth in human terms

Marta Elvira, Amartya Sen Human development is at the heart of the work of the award-winning economist and philosopher Amartya Sen. Speaking with IESE's Marta Elvira, Sen underscores the importance of learning and communicating for advancing society. Read article

  Being ethical is within reach

Antonio Argandoña Acting ethically may be hard work at times, but it's never impossible. For leaders, it's about considering the consequences of your decisions, going the extra mile and trusting employees. Antonio Argandoña explains how to bring out the best in people. Read article

  Three keys to a meaningful ESG strategy

Philip Muller; Joan Fontrodona Increasingly, leaders need to consider, determine and then communicate how they are incorporating environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues into their businesses. This guide helps companies move their ESG strategies into practice. Read article

  Your move: how chess gives strategies for life

IESE Insight Chess is enjoying a renaissance, as people search for new forms of escapism during lockdown. But for Robert Katende in Uganda, the game never went out of style. Indeed, it's his strategic tool to inspire people with hope of a better life. Read article

  Porsche CEO Oliver Blume: Half its cars all-electric or hybrid by 2025

IESE Insight Porsche's strategy to become carbon neutral is challenging yet achievable. Green energy is key, using e-fuels combined with electromobility to run not just the cars but the plants. While AI is also valuable, it won't replace the human element on which the brand depends. Read article

  How to get in the swing of the circular economy

Philip Muller; Joan Fontrodona What are the possibilities beyond a product's first lifecycle? In this report from the CaixaBank Chair of Sustainability and Social Impact, Joan Fontrodona and Philip Muller introduce nine key concepts of the circular economy. Read article
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