Posts by rboutilier@stakeholder360.com

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The 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

Boutilier, R.G., Zdziarski, M., Mellam, A.C. 2015. Using the social license concept to appreciate conflict in stakeholder networks. Paper presentated at Academy of Management annual conference, August 8 to 11, Vancouver, Canada. The Academy of Management Annual Meeting is the […]

Establishing and Maintaining a Social Licence to Operate in Mining

Live Webcast | 21 – 23 April 2015 Presenters: Robert Boutilier PhD., Ian Thomson PhD. Summary When a mining project loses its social license to operate you lose your job, and investors lose their money. Government officials in capital cities issue legal licenses. Out […]

Untangling CSR and similar concepts

Here’s a few more definitions to help untangle the differences between CSR, the social licence and other related concepts. What’s the difference between corporate social responsibility and philanthropy? In the late 1980s and 1990s activists and academics developed the concept […]

Why the noisy few count, by Dr Robert Boutilier

Why the noisy few count, by Dr Robert Boutilier It is tempting to dismiss stakeholder groups that complain about your organisation as representing the fringe of public opinion. Ver en www.csrconnected.co…

Social license or license to stall? By Dr Robert Boutilier

Social license or license to stall? By Dr Robert Boutilier On October 8, 2014, the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary sponsored a symposium entitled “Is Social License a License to Stall?”. Non-Canadians can be forgiven for […]

Latin American Conference on Compatible Mining

Robert’s research on the social license to operate was highlighted at the Latin American Conference on Compatible Mining (San Luis Potosí, Mexico, September 8 to 10, 2014) in a presentation by Javier Diez de Medina, of Summit Mining International, Bolivia, […]

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