TEMPO (Trans European Master Class Programme in CSR)
Starting in October 2011, CEU Business School offers a unique opportunity for CSR studies, as part of the EU funded “Trans European Master Class Programme in CSR”. Classes taking place in Budapest will focus on the practical implementation and integration of CSR strategies and programs into the company’s values, structure, activities and communications.
Participants will learn how to use and adapt a Framework for Strategic Integration of CSR that will provide them with a step by step tool to analyze, identify, prioritize and implement CSR strategies. A major element of the program is the CSR Lab, in which students work together with senior executives to identify, develop and integrate a CSR program.
Areas of involvement for companies in Hungary are:
1. Guest speaking and/or involvement in the CSR Lab
2. More detailed involvement in the development of the syllabus
3. Sponsorship of employees to participate in this class (the approximate cost of the program is Euro 1,500)
Participation will present companies with a PR opportunity, as some of the leaflets and brochures will have their logos.
For more information, please contact the project coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may find the program brochure here.
Standard teaching activities
There are two main areas of the Center’s teaching support activities:
- It participates in course/curriculum development in areas such as corporate governance, corporate social responsibility and business sustainable development. Four milestone events were Workshops on Teaching Corporate Governance, initiated and organized by the Center, in cooperation with the American Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Embassy in Budapest annually since October 2006 and November 2007.
Output: Workshop summary reports and English-Hungarian Corporate Governance Pocket Glossary (Eds.: Czirják L. and Hardi P.) AmCham 2007; the new edition is under preparation.
- The Center strives to become a central source for teaching cases on companies in Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia. These cases would address business in society issues, as well as issues of central importance to management functions and business strategy.