I finished the draft article on CSR and the Chemical Industry in China for the German Chamber of Commerce, in the meantime here is a link to business opportunities (free reports to download!) in West China. I thought it would be fitting to send this link, as I was finishing my article this week, I … More Convincing CSR starts with business Success and opportunity
Q: “When would you trust your Chinese Employee not to think corrupt anymore, after three years?” A: “More like ten years” said the Manager. I was interviewing a Western Manager of a Multinational in China this week, about the Sustainability and CSR issues that were of importance for that company nowadays. We were talking about … More The rise of the insensitive standards to fight corruption.
In an multiparty democracy coalitions are often necessary to form a new government. In Holland its quite common for political parties on national level to start negotiations 24 hours after the elections, and it can take more than a hundred days before the parties agree on what to do and how to rule in the … More The Changing Role Of CSR Coalitions
A few years ago when we moved to Beijing, we started of with having a driver for the first six months of living there. Traffic participation seemed daunting to us, and being driven around by a safe driver was a good start of getting to know the (lack of) rules in Beijing. As you may … More Fantastic Driver available- or how a Recommendation letter can start a new business
30 Years ago I raised my hand and made an oath to serve the Queen of Britain (not the Netherlands, I was a girl scout in the UK). And also 30 years ago, the Tsinghua University was founded in China. To celebrate this joyful fact, the University’s School of Management and Economics organized an Ethical … More An ethical Week, 30 years of Tsinghua University, where are the Chinese CEOs?
Indulge your conscience- I want a car that fits this slogan, a mix of a Jaguar and a Tesla… someday, when I grow up. Indulging my conscience.. actually I was thinking about my preference for organic Food in China, and what this means for me and my family: do I buy just a Healthy feeling … More Indulge your Conscience- rethinking the sustainability dilemma in the Agro-Food Sector in China
Last Wednesday I was walking back to the Underground Station from the first lunch with my mentee, when I noticed that the Smog that has been hanging in Beijing for days, also lingers in the Underground hallways: and it’s quite eerie to see it hanging there. And it makes you wander what else is ever … More Mentorship and 10% more CSR in the workplace