|Title||Aspen Institute Web Resources
|Summary||The Aspen Institute Center for Business Education (CBE) equips business leaders for the 21st century with a new management paradigm—the vision and knowledge to integrate corporate profitability and social value.
|Produced / Developed By||Aspen Institute
|Description||Aspen Institute Web Resources
Provides business educators cutting edge classroom resources and creates peer networks to incorporate social and environmental stewardship into teaching, research and curriculum development. CBE websites draw over 75,000 visits monthly and its events and networks attract over 1,000 participants each year.
CBE is a part of the Aspen Institute Business and Society Program (BSP), an organization dedicated to developing leaders for a sustainable global society. Through dialogues and path-breaking research, we create opportunities for executives and educators to explore new pathways to sustainability and values-based leadership.
GIVING VOICE TO VALUES
SOCIAL & ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT NETWORK
SUSTAINABILITY CENTER RESEARCH INITIATIVE
STUDENT ATTITUDES SURVEY
BEYOND GREY PINSTRIPES
DISSERTATION PROPOSAL AWARDS
JPMORGAN CASE COMPETITION
|Areas Of Interest||Accountability; Accountability - Auditing; Accountability - Certification; Accountability - Reporting; Climate Change; Codes of Conduct; Consumer Issues; Consumer Issues - Consumer Rights; Consumer Issues - Ethical Consumption; Corporate Citizenship; Corporate Governance; Corporate Governance - Self-Regulation; Corporate Governance - Transparency; Corruption; Corporate Social Responsibility; Development; Economic; Economic - Environmental; Economic - Social; Education; Environment & Business; Gender; Globalization; Health; Health - Biotech; Health - Healthcare; Human Rights; Indigenous People; Labour; Labour - Employee; Labour - Health & Safety; Leadership; Philanthropy; Poverty; Public Policy; Public Policy - Lobbying; Public Policy - Privatization; Public Policy - Regulation; Resource Extraction; Spirituality; SRI/Responsible Investment; Sustainability; Theory; Theory - ISCT; Theory - Shareholder; Theory - Stakeholder