As societies and organisations grow more complex and interconnected, it is important for an organisation to ensure that they develop and maintain a comprehensive understanding of the impact of their actions in a wider context. Established in 2016 the Centre for Responsible Organisations and Practices (CROP) is a vehicle to foster world-class multidisciplinary research in this area.
To be a hub for thought leadership in responsible organisations and their practices
To advance the understanding of responsible organisations and practices (ROP) through interdisciplinary research in business, management and allied disciplines
Our Principles and Values
Conscientious: To operate the research centre in a responsible, transparent, and equitable way. Embody the vision!
Respectful: To celebrate diversity by creating a collegial environment that recognises and develops strengths and mitigates weaknesses at both the individual and team level
Organised: To provide appropriate support systems to support relevant emergent research themes and collaborations
Progressive: To strive for excellence in all we attempt to achieve through attention to quality and continuous improvement.
To provide appropriate targeted resources (pecuniary and non-pecuniary), from HDR to established researchers, to enable individuals to progress as researchers and to build relevant (CROP) research teams/clusters
To support high quality research activities including those with real world impact that promote university strategy and centre goals
- PRME principles
- Individual, organisational and societal well-being
- Organisational and environmental sustainability
- Accountable business/management practices
To develop and sustain an open collaborative, multidisciplinary research culture
- Enable open access to knowledge,
- Celebrate successes,
- Support innovation