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Enterprise Architecture and Corporate Social Responsibility


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Enterprise Architecture enhances Corporate Social Responsibility and its interconections with many aspects of an organisation

Date and Time

12 February 2013 - 18:00-20:00


Manchester, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Manchester local network.

About this event

Corporate Social Responsibility is increasingly becoming a crucial tool for achieving competitive advantage in today’s organisations. It connects and aligns organisations with stakeholders internally and externally. For organisations to have sustainable strategies in the long term which enables CSR in a smaller interconnected world the concept of Enterprise Architecture is invaluable. Enterprise Architecture enables the corporate vision and provides guidance to aid organisations to be agile and flexible to meet the needs and expectations of a rapidly changing environment and stakeholders. In addition it allows organisations to operate in a manner that allows continuous new capabilities development that accelerate progress toward CSR goals.


Osai Osaigbovo, SAS UK


18:00 - Light refreshments

18:30 - Start

Additional information

The lecture is in Conference Room 6.  Multistorey car park in nearby Charles Street. Pay on Exit


IET Manchester Engineering, Management and Manufacturing Technical Group

Registration information

The event is free but please register using the 'Register' button

Registrations Start - 1 December 2012


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