Toloue Miandar is an Assistant Professor in Organization and HRM at the Department of Management of University of Bologna and Bologna Business School where she currently teaches at the BBS Centre for Sustainability and Climate Change. Prior to this position she won two Postdoctoral Research Fellow positions at the Department of Economics and Management of University of Padova and at the Politecnico di Milano School of Management. She received the PhD degree of Economic Sociology and Labour Studies from University of Milan. Her research interests are; Organizational Behavior, Corporate Sustainability, Sustainable Development and Supply Chain Sustainability. She has presented her research work in different international conferences and workshops such as EGOS and IPSERA. She has published in academic journals such as the Journal of Business Ethics. Prior to starting her academic career she had years of industry work experience.
Overall aim of this course is to cover the most important aspects of value chain, including those aspects that concern interorganizational/supply chain or intraorganizational issues, e.g., sourcing and distribution, and to explain how sustainability-oriented innovation needs to be considered across all the aspects. Above all, instead of sustainability being treated separately, the intention in this course is that sustainability-oriented approach is considered in the context of each topic.Sustainability Transition Management
This course explores the ethical, social responsibility, and governance challenges facing businesses today and how individuals and firms can address those challenges. The course aims to enhance the skills and expertise of participants through combining an examination of ethical, social responsibility, corporate governance and managerial theory with a discussion of common ethical, sustainability, and governance problems in context. Course material includes individual moral theory, stakeholder theory, and theories of corporate governance. The course also covers the development and evaluation of ethical, governance and sustainability management systems designed to respond to ethical, governance, and sustainability challenges, and includes wide-ranging discussions regarding current major trends, challenges, and opportunities in the field of ethical business, corporate governance and social responsibility. Finally, the course explores how business ethics, social responsibility, and corporate governance affect society at large by impeding or by fostering the achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.Digital Marketing and Communication
Corporate sustainability and the circular economy are currently among the most discussed topics internationally, also due to climate change. The aim of the course is to understand why these issues are of such importance, underlining their urgency. We will learn more about the innovation activities of operational and system processes that companies adopt to implement strategies aimed at the Circulary Economy and the transition to a low carbon business model.Business Management – Italian Premium Brands
Corporate sustainability and the circular economy are currently among the most discussed topics internationally, also due to climate change. The aim of the course is to understand why these issues are of such importance, underlining their urgency. We will learn more about the innovation activities of operational and system processes that companies adopt to implement strategies aimed at the Circulary Economy and the transition to a low carbon business model.Gestione d’Impresa – Made in Italy
The course provides students with basic knowledge of the fundamentals of business ethics, as well as the economic, environmental and social sustainability challenges that come about in the both private and public sectors. The students will gain the knowledge, skills and tools needed to effectively respond to these challenges in order to drive impactful change and develop sustainable business practices.Marketing Management