Abstract: Although words like “sustainability” and “corporate social responsibility” are often used by a large variety of people, the difference between both and how they are related to each other isn’t generally known. In two audio supported presentations we tried to put some lights in there. In the last session the adjacent discussion strive to some other aspects like “social” and “political responsibility”.
Both at the events of SAP TechEd in Las Vegas and Berlin, we had sessions pointing to the topics sustainability and corporate social responsibility. Due to a technical issue we lost the presentation part of the Berlin session. In this contribution we collect all parts together.
In the Las Vegas session we discussed the topics flavored by “sustainability” and “corporate social responsibility” as more independent items.
The recording of this presentation is available here: https://sap.emea.pgiconnect.com/p10807528/ Duration: 00:48:51
We received very positive resonance about the SAP TechEd Las Vegas session, but also some important questions pointing into the difference of “sustainability” and “corporate social responsibility”. Therefore I decided to take this as the main topic of the SAP TechEd Berlin session. Unlucky, the available recording only shows the discussion. I repeated the recording of the presentation part.
It’s now available here: https://sap.emea.pgiconnect.com/p56273743/ Duration: 00:18:05
The discussion part of the SAP TechEd Berlibn session is mainly focused on the human dimensions of sustainability. Meant with that are social development and human responsibility within global acting business markets. Donna Kennedy-Glans joined that discussion offsite.
The recording of that discussion is here: https://sap.emea.pgiconnect.com/p16168165/ Duration: 00:17:13
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Frauke & Paul