EcoGreen Europe, u suradnji s Veleposlanstvom kraljevine Norveške u Zagrebu i Ekonomskim fakultetima i školama u Osijeku, Rijeci, Splitu i Zagrebu organizira niz predavanja u različitim dijelovima Republike Hrvatske. Robert Kakarigi će kao gostujući predavač tijekom travnja i svibnja 2012. godine iznijeti predavanje pod naslovom „Društveno odgovorno poslovanje (DOP) u globalnoj ekonomiji s norveškog gledišta".
The lecture reveals the way in which Norway promotes corporate social responsibility within Norwegian companies that are engaging in commercial activities and trade abroad. At the end of 2011 Robert Kakarigi went on a working trip to Oslo where he met with relevant experts and professionals in the field of CSR. This lecture is intended for students, lecturers and local professionals who have interest in economy, sustainable development and corporate responsibility. Those who attend the lectures have the opportunity to learn more about corporate responsibility practice at the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (NHO), Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ethical Trading Initiative Norway (IEH), Agency for Public Management and e-Government (difi) and other relevant organisations.
"The way we do business is constantly evolving at both local and global levels. Having a global perspective is important. However, we should encourage students to think globally in every aspect of management including CSR. Global thinking in this field is essential not only for understanding the best existing CSR practice models and benchmarking, but also for improving value and reputation of the brand, increasing employee motivation, satisfaction and loyalty, increasing the ability to identify risk and achieving higher levels of efficiency. Norwegian example is teaching us that CSR extends beyond an organisation’s statutory obligation to comply with local legislation and also that the essence of the responsible business conduct lies in responsibility towards the society, people and environment” explains Robert Kakarigi.
Robert Kakarigi is a graduate of the Royal Holloway University of London. He was a junior scientist at the University of Dubrovnik, Croatia and the University Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI & CNRS/Ifremer, CREMA, France. He obtained his masters in Sustainable Development and Ecotechnology at Mid Sweden University, Sweden where he also lectured and coordinated master program. He is a founder and managing director of EcoGreen Europe; Croatian based company established on sustainability principles.
This lecture will also provide students with an updated overview on the white paper Report No. 10 (2008-2009) to the Storting CSR in a Global Economy. More details about the white paper can be found at www.regjeringen.no
The dates of the lectures are :
Thursday 26 April, 10:00, Zagreb
Zagreb School of Economics and Management
Address: Jordanovac 10
Friday 4 May, 12:00, Split
University of Split, Faculty of Economics
Address: Matice hrvatske 31
Tuesday 8 May, 14:00, Rijeka
University of Rijeka, Faculty of Economics
Address: Ivana Filipovica 4
Wednesday 9 May, 10:15, Zagreb
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics
Address: Trg J.F. Kennedyja 6
Wednesday 23 May, 13:00, Osijek
University of Osijek, Faculty of Economics
Address: Gajev trg 7