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Conscious Business: The importance of both Inner and Outer Progress. Jean-Sébastien Simon, Lecturer in Sustainability at ESSEC Business School and Consultant in Conscious Business completes a series of eight features on how the Triple Bottom Line can serve as a basis for new business approaches that go beyond CSR towards more Conscious Business.

Conscious Business: The importance of both Inner and Outer Progress.  Jean-Sébastien Simon, Lecturer in Sustainability at ESSEC Business School and Consultant in Conscious Business completes a series of eight features on how the Triple Bottom Line can serve as a basis for new business approaches that go beyond CSR towards more Conscious Business.

Are Global Reporting Initiative Standards Relevant for the Global South? Prof-Researcher Edward TelloMonash Business School, and colleagues, investigate the degree to which the Global Reporting Initiative Standards has served its purpose as a framework for sustainability reporting for developing nations, with particular reference to Latin America.

Are Global Reporting Initiative Standards Relevant for the Global South? Prof-Researchers Edward Tello, Monash Business School, and James Hazelton and Shane Leong, Macquarie University, investigate the degree to which the Global Reporting Initiative Standards has served its purpose as a framework for sustainability reporting for developing nations, with particular reference to Latin America.

Back to the Basics: What icons do our brains prefer? Recently, simple and flat designs in iconography have emerged and become a trend. However, are simple icons superior to complex ones? Prof. Xiaoning LiangTrinity Business SchoolTrinity College Dublin, uses an  electroencephalogram to examine the brain’s response to simple and complex icons and gain a greater understanding of users’ cognition and behaviours.

Fairness, Risk, and Responsibility: CEO Compensation Dynamics. In recent years, CEOs have been questioned all around the world whether their compensation is fair. Professor Tanusree Jain of Copenhagen Business School delves into how CEOs’ compensation can have an impact on the decisions they make and the potential for increased corporate irresponsibility practices.

Back to the Basics: What icons do our brains prefer? Recently, simple and flat designs in iconography have emerged and become a trend. However, are simple icons superior to complex ones? Prof. Xiaoning Liang, Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin, and her fellow researchers use an EEG – an electroencephalogram– to examine the brain’s response to simple and complex icons and gain a greater understanding of users’ cognition and behaviours.
Fairness, Risk, and Responsibility: CEO Compensation Dynamics.  In recent years, CEOs have been questioned all around the world whether their compensation is fair. Professor Tanusree Jain of Copenhagen Business School delves into how CEOs’ compensation can have an impact on the decisions they make and the potential for increased corporate irresponsibility practices.

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Tom Gamble is the writer, author and editor behind the Community blog and Global Voice magazine. Learn more about Tom Gamble at tomgamble.org

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