Paolo D’Alsemi from the University of Rome Tor Vergata in Italy, specialized in Corporate Social Responsibility and author of Values and Stakeholders in an Era of Social Responsibility published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2011 is going to visit the Media School on Thursday next week.
Part of his visit is also a workshop about new approaches to CSR.
When: Thursday, January 17
Please do let Georgiana Grigore email@example.com know if you plan to attend by January 15.
Below is more information about Paolo and his book.
“In this striking new book, Paolo D’Anselmi provides an entirely novel and refreshing look at the basic ideas of Corporate Social Responsibility – an area that is desperately in need of new perspective. Broadening the concept, he takes the view that all organizations should be accountable for their social responsibility – and then inquires about how this new social accountability can best be constructed for different kind of organizations. Introducing the concept of “competition” – both within and across industries and sectors – he argues thoughtfully and provocatively that best way forward is to use the knife of competition to hone the social performance of all organizations. This book provides the most searching reformulation of how to think about CSR to appear in decades”
Professor Herman Dutch Leonard, Harvard Business School
PAOLO D’ANSELMI, has been a practitioner of management consultancy and policy analysis since 1981. He teaches Corporate Social Responsibility at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy. He is a graduate in Electrical Engineering (Roma Sapienza) and in Public Policy (Harvard). Since 1989, before the fall of the Berlin Wall, and throughout the 90’s, he has been a small entrepreneur in the publishing business, with ten editions of a handbook of the Italian public sector. He has also worked for McKinsey in Europe and the USA. He is now working on a new book “Making Peace with Ourselves and with Capitalism”.