Anthropology, Economics, Ethics, Law, Politics, Public administration, Public policy

This course is supported by Siemens as part of the Siemens Integrity Initiative. Integrity Action is the project partner of CEU, which is the Integrity Partner in the project.

  

 

Course date

6 July - 11 July, 2014
Application for this course is closed.
Course Director(s): 

Fredrik Galtung

Integrity Action, Jerusalem, Israel
Course Faculty: 

Ornit Shani

University of Haifa, Israel

Alan Barlow

Integrity Action, London, UK

This policy lab addresses the challenges and opportunities for SMEs and social enterprises in emerging markets. It develops new insights into business integrity in emerging markets and a framework for implementing integrity innovation as one of the biggest opportunities for market advantage, to gain strategies for collective action and engaging multiple stakeholders to strengthen the integrity performance of business, and to foster an organizational learning culture in your company to promote business integrity. This course is aimed at senior management from SME’s and social enterprises in emerging markets, large companies interested in finding innovative ways of improving the business practices of their supply chain, academics who work with or educate the managers of these enterprises, and NGOs, donors and policy makers active in this sector.

Note that acceptance is conditional upon submission of an additional assignment related to the policy lab, prior to the course. Details will be provided with the acceptance letter.
 
Convenor: Fredrik Galtung, CEO, Integrity Action