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Why companies do better to the world than associations? ..and why it should be the opposite…

August 30, 2010


As I have promised, I am starting to post about my findings on the Association Management Industry. Now that I am changing jobs and industry, I better get this out soon, or I will probably never do it!   I will start with my favorite subject, Corporate Social Responsibility!   One of the main reasons […]

Crisis = Opportunity – Driving to an Ethical Society

April 1, 2009


I had the opportunity to participate on the Belgium MPI chapter meeting early February this year. The topic was Crisis = Opportunities. 3 Speakers talked about different aspects of the crisis. I’m not a economist or a sociologist, but I also do have my theories about financial and economical crisis. As most of the business thrives to adapt […]

How to communicate CSR

March 18, 2009


Corporate Social Responsibility. A big name nowadays, very popular inside companies. But how many people really know what that means? Do I? Recently I joined the CSR team of my company, and first meeting we discussed about cleaning the office, recycling paper, saving energy and doing some volunteering projects… when I tried to explain bottom […]