The Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility is an action-research centre within Cranfield School of Management. We work closely with academia, business, and other partner organisations and networks to teach, research, and publish (books, articles, reports and practical How-to guides).
To influence current and future business practice we engage with students and business through our speaker series, partnerships, and events.
As well as our core activities we undertake a limited number of consulting assignments and run bespoke course and workshops for business. We speak at and/or chair and facilitate conferences throughout the year.
The Doughty Centre was made possible by a donation from the late Nigel Doughty, a Cranfield Distinguished Alumnus and co-chair and co-founder of Doughty Hanson & Co.
- To help others integrate corporate responsibility fully into management practice
- To create, teach and inspire managers to engage fully with environmental and social issues in the workplace
- To promote corporate responsibility research and development
The Doughty Centre aspires to be a leading centre for research, teaching and practice in corporate responsibility and sustainability. We are particularly interested in how businesses embed corporate responsibility and sustainability.
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Click here to download the 2012-13 Doughty Centre Annual Report.