Corporate Citizenship Perspectives

Corporate citizenship progress through lifelong learning

Posted by Katherine V. Smith, Executive Director on Sep 2, 2015 11:42:58 AM

I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso

Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever. - Mahatma Gandhi

LightbulbsThe importance of lifelong learning has been championed by great iconoclasts from Gandhi to Picasso. Through their own curiosity and desire to make things different and better, these people changed the world and the way that subsequent generations think about everything from art to citizenship. In many ways, the work of our members at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship is similar. Bringing the assets of business to the table to solve some of our most intractable environmental and social problems demands new ways of thinking about the world.

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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Professional Development, Mission, Emerging Issues

Corporate Citizenship Conference Recap Day 2: Embracing the Future and Finding Simplicity

Posted by Patricia MacKenzie, Director of Marketing & Communications on Apr 20, 2015 10:51:52 PM


With an agenda packed from dawn to dusk, day two of the 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference was full of learning and networking—we even managed to network while getting some exercise! Highlights included an in-depth one-on-one with Dell Chairman and CEO Michael Dell, an on-site volunteer project benefiting Austin middle-schoolers, and more than 15 other sessions tackling subjects ranging from engaging veterans to navigating the reporting landscape.

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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Conference, Network, Professional Development, Emerging Issues

The Management and Execution of Global Corporate Citizenship


The world has never been so small, nor the issues facing it so far-reaching. Last month, the United Nations convened a general assembly to discuss the broad range of issues facing the world, including climate change, health, and security. In his closing speech, Sam Kutesa, President of the UNGA 69 stressed the need for “financial resources, capacity building, and technology development and transfer” from all global leaders and partners.

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Topics: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Supply Chain, Corporate Community Involvement, Global, Emerging Issues

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