Posts Tagged ‘NBA’
Next week I’m interviewing ex-NBA star John Amaechi for 3BL TV on his views of CSR & sport and I though it’d be fun to crowd source some questions or topics to put to him.
For those who don’t know who he is, here’s a brief introduction:
John Amaechi is a psychologist, New York Times best-selling Author and social entrepreneur working in both the US and the Europe. His work is mostly in industrial/organisational settings with medium to large institutions: business, educational and philanthropic, to help them maximise their human capital.
Oh, and he played more than a little basketball too. Read the rest of this entry »
Don’t get me wrong both the quantity and quality of aspects of sporting community engagement can be fantastic, but after a day at the Cass Business School sponsored Sport and Social Responsibility Summit I was left reminded yet again of the tunnel vision that many sport related organisations use when considering the wider Corporate Social Responsibility spectrum. Read the rest of this entry »
Written by davidcoethica
March 22, 2010 at 4:57 am
Tagged with 1 Goal, BT, Carbon Disclosure Project, Cass Business School, Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR, FIFA, Glasshouse Partnership, Jem Bendell, John Amaechi, Lifeworth, NBA, Sport and Social Responsibility Summit, Williams F1