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Wie koennen Corporate Citizens voneinander lernen? – Ordonomische Anregungen fuer inter-organisationales Lernen im Global Compact der Vereinten Nationen (How Can Corporate Citizens Learn From Each Other? – Ordonomic Insights for Inter-organizational Learning within the United Nations’ Global Compact)

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  • Stefan Hielscher
  • Ingo Pies
  • Markus Beckmann
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    Der Global Compact (GC) der Vereinten Nationen versteht sich nicht als Regulierungsinitiative, sondern als freiwilliges Lern- und Dialogforum fuer Corporate Citizenship. Dieser Beitrag entwickelt Vorschlaege, wie der GC diesem Anspruch (noch besser) gerecht werden kann. Hier geht es um ‚Strukturen’ in zweifacher Hinsicht: (a) Zum einen koennen Corporate Citizens besonders gut dann voneinander lernen, wenn sie sich ueber die ‚strukturellen Bedingungen’ erfolgreicher – aber auch: fehlgeschlagener – Projekte und Aktivitaeten offen austauschen koennen. (b) Hier kann der GC als Plattform die organisatorischen ‚Strukturen’ bereitstellen, die ein solches strukturelles Lernen foerdern. Vor diesem Hintergrund formuliert der Beitrag Anregungen sowohl auf der Ebene der Generierung erfolgreicher GC-Projekte als auch auf der Ebene der Organisation des Lernens auf den Arbeitstreffen lokaler GC-Netzwerke. Er versteht sich als Lernbeitrag fuer besseres Lernen.

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    Article provided by Rainer Hampp Verlag in its journal Zeitschrift fuer Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik.

    Volume (Year): 10 (2009)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 41-65

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    Handle: RePEc:rai:ethics:doi_10.1688/1862-0043_zfwu_2009_01_hielscher
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