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University Social Responsibility and Direct Participation of Academic Teachers

Szelągowska-Rudzka, Katarzyna

European Conference on Management, Leadership & Governance, pp.264-272,XIII

Academic Conferences International Limited Oct 2018

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  • Title:
    University Social Responsibility and Direct Participation of Academic Teachers
  • Author/Creator: Szelągowska-Rudzka, Katarzyna
  • Publisher: Academic Conferences International Limited
  • Creation Date: Oct 2018
  • Language: English
  • Subjects: United Kingdom–UK ; Sustainable Development ; Students ; Local Government ; Ethics ; Cooperation ; Employees ; Human Rights ; Strategic Management ; Knowledge ; Social Responsibility
  • Is Part Of: European Conference on Management, Leadership & Governance, pp.264-272,XIII
  • Description: The concept of social responsibility shall be interpreted as the responsibility of an organization for the impact of its decisions and actions on particular groups of stakeholders. In popular perception, it is viewed as the domain of enterprises, whereas each organization may have this idea reflected in their strategy. More often it refers also to universities. Since today modern universities are required to smoothly combine the mission of developing and transferring knowledge with actions aiming at building relations with the environment (stakeholders). The process of building relations with external stakeholders (e.g. university candidates and their families, secondary schools, enterprises, local governments, NGOs) shall begin from internal stakeholders - students and university employees - in particular, academic teachers. The socially responsible activities directed to the said group of employees are exemplified in employee direct participation. It can be defined as individual and group...
  • Identifier: ISSN: 20489021 ; E-ISSN: 2048903X