Publications - CMI Business School

For a while now, the term Corporate Social Responsibility has become quite common. However, companies should take into account the following aspects:Economical, since the shareholders expect to obtain financial results with the minimum risk. Social, according to what the society requests, more job security, better working conditions, among other concerns. Environmental, requests to control the impact of business activity and implement the circular economy within it.All this leads us to believe that a company will survive only if it...

Towards a Healthy Organization model  Currently, in the area of business and people management, the Healthy Organizations model is becoming increasingly relevant. From both the management and the consultancy and research scope, the activity dedicated to deepen the knowledge about the welfare at work, its possible causes and its desired consequences is increasing significantly. An example of this was the last congress held by the EAWOP: the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, in which the latest advances in the...

At present, organizations develop in political, economic and social environments and scenarios that are highly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous, where it is necessary to adapt continuously.At the same time, the labour market has become increasingly demanding and competitive, and to face this, people must be more and more competent.To be competent means to develop a set of observable behaviors that are related to a good or excellent performance in a particular job and a particular organization.These behaviors are called...

 The essence of this concept comes from ‘rubbish.’In nature, organic waste from animals and plants falls to the ground, where decomposer organisms (bacteria and fungus) convert it into inorganic material used as nutrients. That is, organic matter is recycled and returned to the system from which emerged. The problem, however,started with humans and their interactions with nature. Unfortunately, human beingshave expanded their ability to generate and accumulate litter.Over time, the problem has worsened as we increase our consumption, develop massive constructions,...

How are Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods and Corporate Social Responsibility related?  Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods (ADR) are those alternative mechanisms to a judicial process that seek to provide an appropriate or tailor-made solution to the parties involved in a particular conflict, at the time required and in the way it best suits their needs. There is a great number of ADR, since its foundation lies in the will of the parties, with the limit of legality. All of them have a...

Three essential issues in the current debate on Corporate Social Responsibility take center stage in the following article by Jaisiel Madrid Sánchez, a social business consultant, and creator of Business4ALL: the creation of shared value, social innovation, and the concept of a coherent citizen. The following article completely resonates with the critical spirit that CMI Business School believes should take priority in the design and development of education and implementation projects for the conscious and responsible management of businesses and...

The evolution in social consciousness produced in recent year has brought with it the consequent demand for development in the traditional MBA programs. This change is facilitated by several factors....

The evolution in business management and administration is an achievement that comes along with the responsibility of their leaders and all people collaborating in the activities of the organization. Society is taking definitive steps towards a model of coexistence where companies are required to act considering their impact at all levels, and not only with the strict compliance with the law....