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As part of our commitment to promoting ERS within management education we are developing and making available free teaching and learning resources, starting with a podcast. The QMS Good Business Podcast goes beyond the bottom line and asks, what does it mean to be a ‘good’ business? 

Focusing on issues of ethics, social responsibility, and sustainability, the podcast brings together academics, entrepreneurs, industry leaders, and other key stakeholders, such as third sector organisations, to discuss how businesses can be a force for good within society. 

Our podcast launched in September 2018 with Louise Nicholl, Corporate Head of Human Rights, Food Sustainability and Food Packaging for Marks and Spencer, and Glenn Bradley, Chair of the Northern Ireland Business and Human Rights Forum, discussing business ethics, human rights, and sustainability.

 

For more information about the podcast, please contact ers@qub.ac.uk

Podcasts

QMS Good Business Podcast Episode 5 - 
The Role of HR in Promoting Gender Equality in the Workplace  


(Featuring: Jill Minne, Strategic HR Director for the Northern Ireland Civil Service;  
Laura Steele, Queen’s Management School; and Denise Currie, Senior Lecturer and Programme Director of the MSc in Human Resource Management at Queen’s Management School)

QMS Good Business Podcast Episode 4 - 
Data Ethics - Is it all in The Detail? 


(Featuring: Kathryn Torney, The Detail;  
Laura Steele, Queen’s Management School; and Byron Graham, Queen’s Management School)

QMS Good Business Podcast Episode 3 - 
Sustainability in TV Production 


(Featuring: Jeremy Mathieu, International Manager, BAFTA Albert, and
Laura Steele, Queen’s Management School)

QMS Good Business Podcast Episode 2 - 
Social Enterprise featuring Madlug.


(Featuring: Dave Linton, MADLUG; Karen Bonner, Queen’s Management School;
and Laura Steele, Queen’s Management School)

QMS Good Business Podcast Episode 1 - 
Ethics, Human Rights, and Sustainability at M&S.


(Featuring: Glenn Bradley, NIBHRF; Laura Steele, Queen’s Management School;
and Louise Nicholl, Marks and Spencer)