A unique alliance of leading business schools dedicated to the common good
The Council aims to be an alliance with global reach and an influential impact on tomorrow's responsible leaders at the crossroads of business and society.
The Council on Business & Society
Welcome to this unique adventure represented by the coming together of leading international business schools with a global reach. Society has new expectations on how business should be done. Managers and leaders have new aspirations with respect to the purpose of corporations. And students want to give meaning to their lives and careers.
Founded in June 2011, the CoBS is a community of leading schools of business and management around the world who want to engage their students, alumni, the business world and civil society in addressing this major and lasting change in their environment.
Through our individual and collective efforts, the Council's member schools create and disseminate knowledge for tomorrow's responsible business leaders. Join the Council and contribute to positively changing the world at the crossroads of business and society.
A message from the Deans
Dean Vincenzo Esposito Vinzi,
ESSEC Business School
Dean Luiz Artur Ledur Brito,
Dean Xiongwen Lu,
School of Management Fudan University
Dean Hirokazu Kono,
Keio Business School
Dean Lee Newman,
IE Business School
Dean Andrew Burke,
Trinity College Business School
Dean Andrew Lockett,
Warwick Business School
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As the Deans of the Council on Business & Society, we are delighted to invite you to share in the unique adventure represented by the coming together of leading international business schools across the world. Whether you are a policy-maker, educator, thinker, student or professional, we invite you to take part in the adventure via our events, initiatives, Council Community blog, Twitter and LinkedIn pages and contribute to shaping business for the common good. Together we can change the world.
The Deans of the Council on Business & Society