Welcome to BOS; a research-based podcast by CBS Sustainability!
BOS stands for "The Business of Society", which is somewhat of a guiding principle for the work that we do. Based at Copenhagen Business School (CBS), we study of sustainable practices and developments in organizations, markets and society. As the name indicates, we are interested in how business and society interrelate, especially when considering businesses’ responsibilities towards society.
In this podcast, we will share, discuss, and reflect on CSR and sustainability-related issues through conversations with researchers and practitioners. Featuring our colleagues, we aim to inspire people to reflect and take part in the discussion on how to transition towards more sustainable practices, for organizations and government, and for you and me.
Thank you for listening to our podcast. Interested in learning more about our work? Check out our website www.cbs.dk/sustainability or follow our BOS blog www.bos-cbscsr.dk or LinkedIn.
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This podcast is funded by the CBS Sustainability Centre at Copenhagen Business School.
Producer & Host: Sarah Netter
Music: "Ladybird's theme" by Crowander
Resilience of Ukrainian Businesses - Battle for the Future
29:15In this episode, Andreas Rasche, professor at the CBS Sustainability Centre, and Nataliya Popovych, founder and president of One Philosophy, discuss some of the key findings of the third annual study of organizational resilience "Resilience. Battle for the Future". This research done by One Philosophy includes the most important lessons from 30 business founders and leaders of organizations in Ukraine who have led their teams through an unprecedented experience, the experience of war.
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Centre Sessions On Processes With Thordis Bjartmarz
16:31In this episode, centre manager Sarah Netter and PhD Thordis Bjartmarz talk about Thordis work on sustainable business models and organizational boundaries in the banking sector. They also talk about the processes around doing a PhD and the bumps on the road.
Centre Sessions on Paradoxes with Rikke Rønholt Albertsen
28:42In this episode, centre manager Sarah Netter and PhD Rikke Rønholt Albertsen talk about paradoxes, tensions, and the gap between the espoused sustainability objectives of corporate companies, and their actual contribution to sustainability in absolute terms.