Mostly research has been conducted within the larger companies in many different aspects such as benefits with CSR, its financial impact and the implementation process. Since this is a matter that becomes more and more important in the society of today we wanted to focus our study on small and medium sized enterprises to see how they can take part in the CSR implementation too. The material was then compiled and analysed.
If you want to be a leader and decision-maker in an international business, this course is ideal. This course will prepare you for a career in organisations that operate globally.
Alongside your degree you'll also have the opportunity to: Choose between undertaking a work or research placement, studying overseas or starting your own business, all with support and guidance from us. Undertaking a group consultancy project for a real international company. Take a Business Readiness programme.
This includes practical workshops on writing your CV and cover letters, building a professional network and getting ready for interviews. Learn an additional language for free — a perfect addition to your CV if you're looking to build an international career.
You will do all this within three years like a traditional degree.
However you'll graduate having developed more practical experience and skills that your future employers are really looking for. This course is accredited by EPAS. This international accreditation guarantees that the content and delivery of this course are in line with the highest international standards.
Year 1 introduces the foundations of international business. You'll cover the environmental influences faced by organisations, including key issues such as supply and demand, industrial structure, economies of scale, and investment in human capital.
You'll also study international marketing and think about the relationship between marketing and other business functions. Other modules students currently take include human resource management in an international context, organisations and entrepreneurship, and business statistics and information technology.
In Year 2 you'll develop your problem-solving and decision-making skills in the context of international business functions. You will also explore the cultural context of business operations.
You will choose between a work placement we will provide support and where possible you will be paid or a period of study abroad at one of our partner institutions.
Alternatively, you may start a new business with support from us or take a research work placement — suitable if you are considering an academic career. Year 3 develops your critical understanding and your ability to contribute to strategic thinking in a global business.
Working alongside students from around the world, you will undertake a group consultancy project for an international company. You will also explore corporate social responsibility in an international context.
Module listing Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list. Those listed here may also be a mixture of core and optional modules. Years 1 and 2 Economics for Business Economics for Business This module introduces you to the external context in which organisations operate and in which they will eventually work.
As potential managers of the future, defined as someone involved in assisting and directing members of an organisation to achieve their organisational objectives, you need to be equipped to understand the component parts of the external context within which organisations function.
The variety and complexity of the external environment and interactions with organisations has a significant impact upon the way organisations are structured, the way their managers behave and the performance of the organisation in achieving its objectives.
Consequently this module will equip you with the skills and knowledge of economics for business that is essential in the current business environment.title = "SME corporate social responsibility and competitiveness: a literature review", abstract = "The importance of SMEs to the economy and society and their special characteristics relevant to the adoption of CSR principles, the implementation of CSR activities, and the study of the relationship between SME, CSR behaviour and competitiveness.
CSR Activities and Impacts of the Retail Sector André Martinuzzi, Robert Kudlak, Claus Faber, Adele Wiman Sector profile based on a literature review developed in the course of the FP7 Project IMPACT - Impact Measurement and Performance Analysis of CSR RIMAS Working Papers, No.
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Open Access free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.; High visibility: Indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) - Web of Science. International Conference on Technology and Business Management March , Corporate Social Responsibility – Issues and Challenges in India Nilesh R.
Berad [email protected] MET Institute of Management, Nasik In India companies like TATA and Birla are practicing the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for decades, long before CSR become a popular basis. and business literature on CSR and leadership.
To pull together this anno-tated collection of sources, the authors examined literature on CSR, corporate citizenship, and sustainability, mainly from to the present. A snapshot of the current thinking, research, and . A holistic approach.
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