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Six lessons businesses need to learn in order to ‘build back better’ after the crisis
The threat of this pandemic has brought the fragility of our civilisations into stark relief. It will focus policymakers and businesses alike on the importance of protecting and strengthening the health of our communities and our planet. Unfortunately, Covid-19 is not the only threat we face...
Breakfast Speaker Series: Ideas, Insight and Innovation
Podcast: Critical leadership attributes for sustainability
How is ‘noticing’ and ‘sensemaking’ a critical leadership attribute when it comes to environmental and business sustainability? In this episode of Ask the Expert we speak to author, researcher and Cranfield Associate Sharon Jackson about the importance of learning from the Covid 19 crisis to ensure lessons are learnt.
From the Game of Life to a new reality
Someone once said “Play is our brain’s favourite way of learning”. Here at Cranfield University, having already participated in more than five simulation and educational games, I feel that knowledge is not only presented in the books but through these opportunities. Sometimes in a better way. Cranfield is the best place to gain knowledge through interactive activities and the motto “transforming knowledge into action” is happening in most of the modules on the Master’s in Management.
Professor David Grayson's 'Now is not the time for half-measures' – remarks to Camarco Dinner at the Caledonian Club, London
“Society increasingly is turning to the private sector and asking that companies respond to broader societal challenges. Indeed, the public expectations of your company have never been greater. Society is demanding that companies, both public and private, serve a social purpose. To prosper over time, every company must not only deliver financial performance, but also show how it makes a positive contribution to society. Companies must benefit all of their stakeholders, including shareholders, employees, customers, and the communities in which they operate.”
Professor David Grayson talks to Anita Hoffmann about Purpose
A short interview with Anita Hoffman, Managing Director of Executiva, a senior executive coach and search consultant working with Purpose led companies find the right people to affect change on today's big issues.
An interview with Emeritus Professor David Grayson CBE on his latest book ‘All In- The Future of Business Leadership’
David is Emeritus Professor of Corporate Responsibility. From 2007-2017, he was director of the Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility and Professor of Corporate Responsibility. All In draws on research involving thousands of experts globally as collected via the GlobeScan-SustainAbility Leaders Survey over two decades. You'll find it here.