Journal of Global Responsibility: Volume 5 Issue 2


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Rethinking corporate social responsibility within the sustainability agenda: Issues and challenges for Asian-based companies

Karina Clara C. Romero, Richel L. Lamadrid

This investigation is guided by the following research questions: employing Hart and Milstein’s (2003) Sustainable Value Framework as analytic tool, what is the extent of…

Effective leadership and sustainable development in Africa: is there “really” a link?

Kwasi Dartey-Baah

The paper aims to review the concept of leadership as practiced in the West and in Africa, and goes on to establish the link between these two approaches and sustainable…

Creative strategic thinking and sustainable leadership: lessons from Picasso

Yvon Dufour, Peter Steane

The purpose of this paper is to look at Cubism as a source of insights into creative strategic thinking. Cubism originated in the joint effort by Picasso and Braque. It…

How European business schools can find their way

Bernard Sionneau, Carlos Rabasso, Javier Rabasso

This paper aims at explaining why “Globally Responsible Humanism (GRH)” is presented here as the pivot for a re-foundation of European Business Schools’ culture…

Ecology for healing and growing in a displaced world: nondirective group encounters for displaced youth

Christopher Kazanjian, Su-Jin Choi

– This paper aims to discuss the importance, power, and significance of relationships and presence in non-directive group encounters for displaced children.

Do follower characteristics moderate leadership and employee engagement?

Tanyu Zhang, Gayle C. Avery, Harald Bergsteiner, Elizabeth More

This study aims to, given that most research focusses on leaders and ignores the influence of follower characteristics on either leadership or engagement, investigate…

Tailoring business model innovation towards grand challenges: Employment of a transition management approach for the social enterprise “re-use centers”

Leen Gorissen, Saskia Manshoven, Karl Vrancken

This paper aims to focus on the interface between a society in transition and the role, practices and culture of businesses herein, a topic that has scarcely been…

Conceptualisation, development and validation of green marketing orientation (GMO) of SMEs in India: A case of electric sector

Hardeep Chahal, Ramesh Dangwal, Swati Raina

The purpose of the study is twofold. First, to examine the domain of green marketing construct in the context of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) operating in emerging…

Antecedents and consequences of strategic green marketing orientation

Hardeep Chahal, Ramesh Dangwal, Swati Raina

The study aims to propose four novel constructs of green satisfaction, green loyalty, green trust and green brand equity. It identifies the role of social marketing…

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