Corporate Social Responsibility
The public interest needs to be taken into account in the business decision-making process and through its own activities should have a positive impact on the environment, consumers, employees, stakeholders and the community at large. The Corporate and Social Responsibility course will help you deal with the serious ethical challenges in communications and increase your understanding of how individual moral sentiment impacts the decision-making processes and ethical behavior of companies.
What will you learn
- You will understand the need to change the ethical paradigm today, as well as the underlying genesis of social responsibility throughout history and changes in business practice;
- You will be able to analyze the behavior of the main actors related to social responsibility;
- You will be able to make business decisions based on socially responsible behavior.
How will you learn
Study course by course, through individual learning and teamwork in real-life situations, under the mentorship of renowned professors from Macedonia and abroad. If your commitments do not allow you to attend regular classes, learn in the ICS virtual classroom at any time and from anywhere.
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