We develop, accompany and evaluate innovative projects. Since 1990, in addition to programme support, accompanying scientific research, quality-assuring process support within the project team and external evaluation studies , we have formulated more than 60 project ideas that are eligible for funding and supported them with action research.
ISOB is committed to the United Nations' "2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development". With our projects, we make a contribution on the way to a sustainable, mindful and democratic society that is economically efficient and assumes social responsibility.
Promoting the personal and professional development of all employees is an essential part of corporate social responsibility. The project has developed a compact concept of 6 counselling workshops of 3 hours each, which enables companies to develop a needs-based learning system for their employees.
Corporate social responsibility has often been understood as a topic that is primarily relevant to large companies. The project has developed a guideline, based on the experience of social work at Siemens AG, on how smaller companies can also actively shape corporate social responsibility.