Redefining Business

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Collaboration in a Competitive Market: Applying Game Theory and Negotiation Tactics to Creating Shared Value

By Harris Googe, CRB Patagonia Case Competition Student Lead and MBA ’18 Candidate In Porter and Kramer’s progression from “Strategic Philanthropy” and “Strategic CSR” to “Creating Shared Value,” they highlight a critical shift in the framing of a business’s social responsibility. In “Strategic Philanthropy,” the concept of strategic philanthropy is…

Eaten Up With Guilt: Responding to Our Own Unethical Behavior in the Workplace

Introductory comments from CRB Executive Director, Robert Strand: The Academy of Management (AOM) is the preeminent academic association for management and organization scholars. It follows that the Social Issues in Management division of AOM is the leading forum for scholars committed to advancing understanding of social issues, institutions, interactions, and…