The Center for Corporate Social Responsibility of the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg University (GSOM) conducted a large-scale study of the best practices of responsible business in Russia. A Report on Social Investments in Russia — 2019 was prepared together with the Association of Managers and with the support of SIBUR.
On April 10, an online presentation of the report will take place. Yury E. Blagov, Director of the PwC Center for Corporate Social Responsibility,Associate Professor of the Department of Strategic and International Management at GSOM, will present the results of the analysis of the current state and main trends in the development of corporate social responsibility in Russia for the period from 2014 to 2019.
Key topics of the report:
CSR and sustainable development: changing content and refining approaches.
CSR and corporate strategy: challenges of transformation for sustainable development.
Change of corporate sustainability model: new win-win frontiers?
Responsible Management Practices: New Challenges.
“The work of the GSOM SPbU research team led by Yury E. Blagov has of high scientific and applied value, research materials are widely used in educational programs, and the principles of sustainable development are becoming part of the culture of today's business school students. We are pleased that the project results are available to the general public. We hope this will contribute to the formation of new balanced approaches to solving socio-economic problems,” Olga Dergunova, Deputy President and Chairman of the Management Board of VTB Bank, Director of GSOM, said.
The presentation of the Report on Social Investments in Russia — 2019 will take place on April 10 at 15:00 on the online website of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation. To gain access to you must register.
The Center for Corporate Social Responsibility was established in 2008 at GSOM SPbU. Since September 2009, the Center has been supported by PricewaterhouseCoopers in Russia. The Center's goal is in facilitating the preparation of the national managerial elite as socially responsible and oriented towards achieving constructive changes in the economy and society.