|Lecturer||Prof. Dr. Laura Marie Edinger-Schons|
|Credit Points||4 ECTS|
|Hours per Week||2 (lecture) + 6 (self-study)|
|Grading||Written exam (60 min.)|
|Exam dates||First exam: postponed to June 2nd, second exam: TBA|
The course is taught in English and consists of seven sessions during the first half of the semester. In class, CSR theories and concepts will be discussed. In addition, each session includes a guest lecture that will take place after the lecture. We will dedicate one session to repetition and exam preparation at the end of the semester.
Please see the session schedule below.
|First Session: Kick-off and Introduction to the Concept of CSR||Uwe Lübbermann, Premium Cola||11th February, 2020||15:30 - 18:45|
|Second Session: CSR on an Institutional Level: From Shareholder Profits to Shareholder Value?||-||18th February, 2020||15:30 - 18:45|
|Third Session: Corporate Social Irresponsibility||Dan Kreibich, Venture Development Manager, Lufthansa Innovation Hub||25th February, 2020||15:30 - 18:45|
|Fourth session: CSR Management on an Organizational Level||Alexander Gallas, Head of Corporate Citizenship Germany, Deutsche Bank||3rd March, 2020||15:30 - 18:45|
|Fifth session: CSR on an Individual Level (Managerial Discretion)||-||10th March, 2020||15:30 - 18:45|
|Sixth session: Social Business & Innovative Business Models||Jan Köpper, Leiter Wirkungstransparenz und Nachhaltigkeit, GLS Bank||17th March, 2020||15:30 - 18:45|
|Seventh session: The Rise of the Sharing Economy + Exam Preparation||Exam Preparation||24th March, 2020||15:30 - 18:45|
In our largest lecture, CC504 - Corporate Social Responsibility, which is attended by approx. 450 Master students each year,we cover different topics related to sustainable management in a total of seven sessions (from basic theories of CSR to more current approaches such as Creating Shared Value to Social Business and Sharing Economy as current trends). In each session, we also integrate a guest speaker from business practice who reflects the content from a practitioner's perspective. This can be a CSR manager of a large company (e.g. Coca Cola, Adidas, IKEA, H&M or SAP), a founder of a start-up (e.g. Premium Cola or ListnRide) or a non-profit organisation (e.g. Greenpeace, WWF or Amnesty International). Each session and the respective guest lecture will be recorded on video. The guest lectures will be made freely available via our Youtube channel if the speakers have given their consent. The contents of the lecture will also be recorded on video and made available to the students for exam preparation.
Course content will be provided through videos and reading materials, accessible on Ilias.
Updated: January 2020