Arlo Brady, CEO of Freuds and PhD alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (PhD 2000), writes about the concept of ethical corporation and how it has changed over the years.
“In the early 2000s, the focus was on the business case for sustainability, as opposed to action. Sustainability was not yet a serious boardroom issue and had yet to earn its stripes,” he writes.
“Today, business schools take the topic seriously, and are routinely ranked according to the degree to which they have integrated sustainability into the curriculum – an important development when you consider that more than 40% of Fortune 500 CEOs have MBAs – all of whom are putting what they learnt into practice.”
Read the full article [reutersevents.com]