The T3E course aims to provide the conceptual, regulatory and methodological foundations for a first approach to the issues and implementation of the environmental and ethical transition in business. These foundations cover both the management of the activity (e.g. CSR, sustainable development, ecological redirection, business ethics) and the design of products and services (e.g. eco-design, ethics-by-design). Organized in the form of a week-long immersive seminar, the course brings in experts from different backgrounds (academia, consulting, business) who are specialists in the fields in question, and mobilizes students for practical work and a final project.
- Book: BAKAN J. The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power. Simon and Schuster, 2005, 240 p.
- Book chapter: DRAETTA L. « ‘On n'est pas des repris de justice!’ Pour une sociologie de l'environnementalisme industriel », Responsabilité sociale de l'entreprise. Pour un nouveau contrat social. ROSÉ J-J (ed.), De Boeck, 2006, p. 335-364.
- Conference: MONNIN A., BONNET E. et LANDIVAR D. “What does the anthropocene to organizations?”, Colloque EGOS, Edinburgh, 2019, 10 p.
- Book: SAVALL H., PERON M., ZARDET V. & BONNET M.Socially Responsible Capitalism and Management. Routledge, 2019, 150p.
Revue: VOYANT O., BONNET M., TABCHOURY P. & DATRY F. Contribution of the socio-economic management control to steering balanced and sustainable company overall performance. Society and Business Review, Vol 12 N°2, 2017, p 216-234.
- Available on: http://doi.org/10.1108/SBR-11-2016-0067
The climate mural.
- Understand the major challenges of ecological and ethical transitions for society and business
- Master the conceptual, regulatory and methodological fundamentals of CSR
- Develop a critical reading of contemporary capitalism
- Draw up typologies of industrial environmentalism and business ethics, and evaluate their modalities in terms of strengths/weaknesses and opportunities/constraints for the company
- Master the levers of responsible and sustainable change in companies
- Develop a change or sustainable performance project applied to a concrete case
Nb hours: 24.00
- Continuous assessment on MCQs, lab. sessions, and problem sessions (50% of the final grade)
- Project (50% of the final grade).