This week we will highlight three different learning opportunities pertaining to corporate social responsibility.
Harvard Business School
Through their Executive Education programs, Harvard Business School (HBS) is offering a course called Corporate Social Responsibility: Strategies to Create Business and Social Value this coming October. The HBS Executive Education programs prepare “executives from all over the world for new levels of leadership in their careers and within their organizations.” The programs are taught worldwide by full-time Harvard Business professors. Although the programs are non-degree, certificates are awarded for completion. Each program generally runs for about 3-4 days.
Corporate Social Responsibility: Strategies to Create Business and Social Value will focus on “the practices of companies that have successfully created business and social value through focused, aligned, and integrated CSR programs. It provides the practical knowledge and insight you need to improve decision-making, leverage partnerships, manage risk, and measure performance.”
The objectives of the course are described on the HBS course webpage. At least four weeks advance notice is required for application.