Loyola University Chicago

Executive and Professional Education Center

Housed in the Loyola Business Leadership Hub

Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy

This virtual program offers an introduction to corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy and to the latest innovations and best practices in the CSR field. The program will begin with an interactive workshop that draws upon the insights of managers from around the world to examine how companies innovatively co-create enduring value for business and society. The program will then examine specific Chicagoland case studies, exploring how companies across a range of industries design high-impact CSR strategies. The program will then conclude with an expert roundtable that will examine how companies measure and market their CSR strategies. Participants will receive a Certificate in Social Responsibility Essentials from Loyola’s Quinlan School of Business. The program’s faculty includes Dr. Jennifer J. Griffin (Raymond C. Baumhart Professor of Business Ethics and Professor of Strategy) and Seth Green (Founding Director, Baumhart Center).

Business leaders seeking to learn about innovations in corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy, and CSR experts seeking new tools to enhance existing strategies.

  • Understanding of key concepts in corporate social responsibility
  • Frameworks for developing, measuring, and marketing a high-impact CSR strategy that co-creates value for multiple stakeholders
  • Case studies of companies that have successfully incorporated social responsibility into business strategy
Seth Green
Founding Director, Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility
Loyola's Quinlan School of Business
Jennifer Griffin
Raymond C. Baumhart Endowed Chair of Business Ethics and Professor of Strategy
Loyola's Quinlan School of Business
Upcoming Sessions 
ONLINE: April 30, 2020
This class normally runs a full day and is held live in a classroom. Due to the shift online, the session will begin at 8:30 a.m. and faculty will adjust the schedule/end-time based on the needs of the class.