The institute walk-on
is located in an ecological wooden house in Austria. The building is designed CO2 neutral, energy-efficient and environmentally sound. It is an open house to rethink the actual way of doing good business.
Quality and professional services
To ensure the high quality of our services, it is important for us to attend international conferences, educations and trainings, research communities and certification programs.
You reap what you saw
If you want reap success you have first to invest in your company, your society and the environment. Following the “Golden Rule of business ethics” (Prof. Suchanek) you can enable a mutual benefit for the future.
Sustainable, smart an intelligent growth
to enable sustainable developments in organizations, it requires a three-dimensional management approach. Our “integrative management approach” combines management and humans to enable a meaningful behavior.
A business culture of responsibility
a culture of responsibility is the key for a humane market economy. To “walk the talk” on a human scale of life; engaged and self empowered employees build the foundations for a sustainable change of business.
The values behind
Create value with values. Human values are the connection between people and the society / business. Are they balanced and meaningful? Are they ethical founded?
Think global; act local
SME’s are the backbone of a resilience economy. Our international network of well educated Experts (UNIDO reap26) is able to create a shared value.
150 leading European experts from economy, civil society, science and politics met 2 days in April 2016 up in Frankfurt to debate the chances of new sustainability dynamics, especially driven by the AGENDA 2030. A lot of new ideas to improve and develop showed up. Now it is on all of us to bring these useful ideas into action. – Thanks to the Germany for opening the room for this meaningful discussion. (Hon.-Prof. Thomas Walker on the panel discussing about Coherencies instead of competition. How can companies navigate between the Sustainability Code and other sustainability initiatives?)
2016 Thomas Walker was called as a Honorary Professor at the London Metropolitan University.
He is lecturing there following subjects:
Thanks to the Dean Prof. Stephen Perkins, Mrs. Univ-Lec. Ron Cambridge and Univ-Lec. Sam Idowu.
at the 29th and 30th of July the second International Conference on CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance took place in Nanjing / China. 50 Persons from 20 Countries attended the conference and shared their knowledge, wisdom and insights.
I was pleased to hold a keynote speech about:
The CSR Strategy of Europe and the Impacts on the Global Economy
with a special focus on the upcoming Chinese CSR Standard GB/T 3600x
in relation to International Standards, European Standards and the German Sustainability Code
Picture: CBS (Cologne Busines School) Ms. Bonnie Lewtas
What is the actual BAT (Best Available Technology) in CSR
& Sustainability. - Dear Students, thanks a lot for your questions
and active contributions in my Lecture in May 2015.
I wish you all the best for the examination!
An excellent overview about the actual BAT [Best Available Management Technology] in the area of sustainability, resilience, ethics, governance and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
Our contributions in the Dictionary of Corporate Social Responsibility are:
More Information on the Springer Homepage: