Philip Mirvis, Senior Research Fellow, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
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Senior Research Fellow

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Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
55 Lee Road
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 02467
United States

Company Description: For 20 years The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship has provided research, executive education, and convenings on corporate citizenship topics. The...   more
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Education

  • Ph.D.
    University of Michigan
  • B.A.
    Yale University

Biography

  • Philip Mirvis is an organizational psychologist and and senior research fellow at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship.  His studies and private practice concerns large-scale organizational change, the character of the workforce and wo...
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Leadership and Board | CDC Development Solutions
www.cdcdevelopmentsolutions.org, 19 July 2012 [cached]
Philip H. Mirvis Senior Research Fellow, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
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Phil Mirvis, Ph.D. | Nominating & Leadership Development Committee Chair
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Phil Mirvis, Ph.D. | Nominating & Leadership Development Committee Chair
Fellow, Global Network on Corporate Citizenship
Philip Mirvis is an organizational psychologist whose studies and private practice concerns large-scale organizational change, the character of the workforce and workplace, and business leadership in society. An advisor to businesses and NGOs on five continents, he has authored ten books on his studies, including his most recent, Beyond Good Company: Next Generation Corporate Citizenship. Mirvis is a fellow of the Work/Family Roundtable and formerly a Trustee of the Foundation for Community Encouragement and Society for Organization Learning. Mirvis has a B.A. from Yale University and a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Michigan. He has taught at Boston University, Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China and the London Business School and been visiting researcher at the University of Pretoria, South Africa and International Executive Development Center, Bled, Slovenia.
Instructors « Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
www.bcccc.net, 4 Nov 2010 [cached]
Philip H. Mirvis, Ph.D. Philip Mirvis is an organizational psychologist and senior research fellow at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship. His studies and private practice concern large-scale organizational change, the character of the workforce and workplace, leadership development, and the role of business in society. An advisor to global businesses headquartered on five continents, he has authored nine books including, most recently, Beyond Good Company: Next Generation Corporate Citizenship (with Bradley Googins and Steve Rochlin). His writings on citizenship have appeared in Harvard Business Review, Journal of Business & Society, and California Management Review, and in select Center publications. Mirvis is a research fellow of the Work/Family Roundtable, a board member of the Citizens Development Corps, and has served on the boards of the Foundation for Community Encouragement and Society for Organization Learning. He has a B.A. from Yale University and a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. He has taught at Boston University and the University of Michigan and served as visiting faculty at Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China and the London Business School.
Society for Organizational Learning
www.solonline.org, 17 Dec 2011 [cached]
Philip H. Mirvis, Ph.D. Philip H. Mirvis, Ph.D. is an organizational psychologist and senior research fellow at the Center for Corporate Citizenship, Boston College. An advisor to businesses in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Australia, he has worked with Ben & Jerry's, Royal Dutch Shell, Unilever, Novo Nordisk, and SK Corporation among others on their citizenship agendas. Dr. Mirvis has authored ten books and numerous articles on his studies. He is a fellow of the Work/Family Roundtable, a board member of the Foundation for Community Encouragement, and a trustee of the Society for Organization Learning. He has been on the visiting faculty of The University of Michigan, Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China and the London Business School. Phil is a research member of SoL.
Phil will facilitate Next Generation Corporate Citizenship: A New Approach to Leadership Development and Employee Engagement (MP1)
Reputation Institute
www.reputationinstitute.com, 7 Mar 2012 [cached]
Phil Mirvis Organizational Psychologist (Massachusetts, USA)
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Philip Mirvis is an organizational psychologist whose studies and private practice concerns large-scale organizational change, the character of the workforce and workplace, leadership development, and the role of business in society. An advisor to global businesses headquartered on five continents, he has authored ten books on his studies including, in the areas of sustainability and CSR, Beyond Good Company: Next Generation Corporate Citizenship (with Bradley Googins and Steve Rochlin). Mirvis is a board member of the CDC Development Solutions and, formerly, a faculty fellow of the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship and Work/Family Roundtable, and on the boards of the Foundation for Community Encouragement and Society for Organization Learning.
In the areas of social responsibility/sustainability, Mirvis has worked with the Chief Executives of Ben & Jerry's, the Royal Dutch Shell Group, and Unilever and with senior teams at PepsiCo, Mitsubishi (Japan), Wipro (India), and the SK Group (South Korea). He has convened two-year, multi-company learning forums on integrating CSR into business strategy and on corporate branding (including GE, IBM, AMD, Johnson & Johnson, AMD, Abbott, SONY, LEGO, and others). He has led service learning journeys of senior executives from Unilever, Shell, Ford, Novo Nordisk, and 3i to study, first-hand, an array of social and environmental issues in China, India, Borneo, Dubai, Sri Lanka, and Brazil and urban areas in the U.S., France, and U. K.
Currently, Mirvis is studying volunteer executive service with the IBM Corporate Service Corps and select global companies and co-leading a forum of United Nations Global Compact lead companies. He is a blogger for CSR with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Writings in this area have appeared in Harvard Business Review, Journal of Business & Society, Corporate Governance, and California Management Review, and in select publications.
Mirvis has a B.A. from Yale University and a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. He has taught at Boston University and been visiting faculty at the University of Michigan, International Executive Development Center, Bled, Slovenia, Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China, University of Pretoria, and the London Business School.
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Phil Mirvis Organizational Psychologist (Massachusetts, USA)
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read Phil Mirvis's bio here
Philip Mirvis is an organizational psychologist whose studies and private practice concerns large-scale organizational change, the character of the workforce and workplace, leadership development, and the role of business in society. An advisor to global businesses headquartered on five continents, he has authored ten books on his studies including, in the areas of sustainability and CSR, Beyond Good Company: Next Generation Corporate Citizenship (with Bradley Googins and Steve Rochlin). Mirvis is a board member of the CDC Development Solutions and, formerly, a faculty fellow of the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship and Work/Family Roundtable, and on the boards of the Foundation for Community Encouragement and Society for Organization Learning.
In the areas of social responsibility/sustainability, Mirvis has worked with the Chief Executives of Ben & Jerry's, the Royal Dutch Shell Group, and Unilever and with senior teams at PepsiCo, Mitsubishi (Japan), Wipro (India), and the SK Group (South Korea). He has convened two-year, multi-company learning forums on integrating CSR into business strategy and on corporate branding (including GE, IBM, AMD, Johnson & Johnson, AMD, Abbott, SONY, LEGO, and others). He has led service learning journeys of senior executives from Unilever, Shell, Ford, Novo Nordisk, and 3i to study, first-hand, an array of social and environmental issues in China, India, Borneo, Dubai, Sri Lanka, and Brazil and urban areas in the U.S., France, and U. K.
Currently, Mirvis is studying volunteer executive service with the IBM Corporate Service Corps and select global companies and co-leading a forum of United Nations Global Compact lead companies. He is a blogger for CSR with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Writings in this area have appeared in Harvard Business Review, Journal of Business & Society, Corporate Governance, and California Management Review, and in select publications.
Mirvis has a B.A. from Yale University and a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. He has taught at Boston University and been visiting faculty at the University of Michigan, International Executive Development Center, Bled, Slovenia, Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China, University of Pretoria, and the London Business School.
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