Drs. Brad Googins & Phil Mirvis

Business and Society Blog Column

Monthly editorial contributors, Drs. Bradley K. Googins and Philip Mirvis, together cover broad areas of CSR, sustainability, and business and society relations.

Brad Googins, PhD
Professor Emeritus
Caroll School of Business, Boston College


Phil Mirvis, PhD
Organizational Psychologist and Senior Research Fellow, Global Network on Corporate Citizenship 


Business & Society Column Archives

Food for Thought on Food and Farming II: Europe, Asia, the World

MDGs to SDGs: An Opportunity for Businesses to Join Forces

Food for Thought on Farms and Food: USA

Jobs, Profits, Taxes

Employee Engagement in Social Innovation: Collaborative Idea Management at Ericsson

Leading Social Change: Lessons from Nelson Mandela

Corporate Reputation Findings Show CSR Isn't Dead, Just Mismanaged!

Searching for Social Innovation -- A Coast-to-Coast Trip

Business Innovation: Where Is Your Moonshot?

A License to Innovate for Society

Next for Responsible Business: Operational Innovation

6 Steps to Corporate Social Innovation

Social Innovation in Business

Holiday Shopping and the Brand Promise of CSR

Steve Jobs' Legacy and CSR

Share Value or Shared Values?

Are Companies Good Citizens?

Social Impact Bonds: From Philanthropy to Social Investing

Government, Business, and the Environment: A Better Way Forward

Making Sustainability and CSR Real Priorities

Democracy vs. Plutocracy

 DBlack Swans or Wasted Crisis?

Looking for CSR? Watching the Superbowl!

Do We Need a B20 to Deal with the Global Economy?

The Challenge of Doing Business Responsibly in a Wickedly Complex World

CSR and Profit Maximization, Value Creation, or Something More

Top Corporate Citizens: The Usual Suspects, and Microsoft

Lessons from Chile: What it Means to be Human

What Would Gandhi Do?

Who Is Responsible: They, We, or All of Us?

Lessons from Chile: What it Means to be Human 

Corporate Volunteer Service Goes Global

Five Screens for Strategic Philanthropy 

No Medals for the USA in CSR

Bailed Out Banks + Big Bonuses = Big Mess 

Guest Contributions

BCLCblog features original guest content that is thought-provoking and helpful to the diverse professionals who comprise the corporate citizenship and sustainability space. The opinions of guest writers are their own and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the U.S. Chamber or BCLC.