Twitter Voice, August 24 - 28
Personal Twitter Account: @TanusreeJain
Tanusree is an Assistant Professor of Ethical Business and Sustainable Entrepreneurship at Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin and the founder of CSRintel - a knowledge initiative that guides corporate strategy and public policy on business and society. She is an expert in the areas of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance and her research portfolio can be bifurcated into two strands. The first strand studies how firms can be driven towards sustainability and CSR and focuses on corporate governance antecedents of corporate responsibility and irresponsibility. The second strand seeks to study firm heterogeneity, specifically why some firms are more ethically engaged than others.
Twitter Voice, September 12 - 18
Personal Twitter Account: @Pitrast
Dr. Mariano (Pitòsh) Heyden is Associate Professor of Strategy & International Business at the Monash Business School in Australia. He holds a PhD in strategy from the Rotterdam School of Management and his research interests are at the intersection of strategic leadership, corporate governance, and strategic renewal. His peer-reviewed research appears in leading international outlets such as: Journal of Management, Organization Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Human Resource Management, Leadership Quarterly, Regional Studies, Industrial Marketing Management, MIT Sloan Management Review, Long Range Planning, Global Strategy Journal, Industrial & Corporate Change, International Journal of Human Resource Management, and Journal of Business Ethics; as well as book chapters in volumes published by Palgrave Macmillan, Routledge, and Springer. His research-informed perspectives on topical issues can be found in media outlets such as ABC News, The Australian, Business Insider, The Conversation, Sydney Morning Herald, Manage Magazine, Monash Lens, and the World Economic Forum’s Agenda. He is a recipient of the prestigious Australian Research Council under the Discovery Early Career Research Award (DECRA-17).
Twitter Voice, October 19 - 23
Personal Twitter Account: @ajmerkidivya
Dr. Divya Singhal is a Professor and Chairperson Centre For Social Sensitivity and Action (@cssagim) at the Goa Institute of Management (@GIM_Sanquelim), Goa, India. She is a Ph.D. in Economics and has done FDPM from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad 2008. She was a Doctoral Fellow, ICSSR Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. Research has been an accompaniment to all her academic projects. Applied aspects of the subject and learning-centric pedagogy are at the center of her teaching philosophy. She teaches Social Responsibility, Research Methods, and Music and Management. She is passionate about teaching & research, sustainability, and pluralism.
Twitter Voice, November 2 - 6
Personal Twitter Account: @GustavoFLoiola
Since 2014, as an ISAE / FGV employee, Gustavo has been involved in international expansion projects, development of startups and new businesses, and coordinates the institution's Sustainability area, responsible for the relationship with United Nations programs and international partnerships as the Development Goals, the PRME and the Global Compact. He is a visiting professor at Faculdade Inspirar, ISAE, Unisecal and FGV Online, in disciplines related to innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership and sustainability.
In his professional career, Gustavo worked with communication and marketing in advertising agencies and in the internal area of companies such as Correios, Aliança Empreendedora and Ashoka. For some years, he was also involved in working with the third sector and social development in Brazil and Latin America.
In the education area, he worked in the marketing management of learning institutions, developing strategies for attracting and retaining students, and as a consultant in international education companies that help students to seek development opportunities outside of Brazil.
Twitter Voice, December 7 - 11
Personal Twitter Account: @onnamalou
Onna is a PhD Candidate in Political Economy at King’s College London and has held visiting positions at the Copenhagen Business School (Denmark), the Kenan-Flagler Business School (US) and the University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands). She specializes in issues that lay at the intersection of corporate responsibility and corporate political activity. In her thesis she examines how international norms on responsible business are diffused, translated and institutionalized in different contexts, and how they ultimately become the skeleton of global governance. The first half focusses on the role of corporate responsibility within EU institutions, more specifically its impact on firms’ policy preferences and direct access to policymakers. The second half examines how business actors make and give sense to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) framework, more specifically the role of networked diffusion and narrative fidelity. Her co-authored article on corporate transparency and the financial crisis was awarded the David Baron prize of best 2019 article in Business and Politics.