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A New Era for Business
More and more business leaders recognize that their company’s future is increasingly intertwined with the needs and demands of society. What many executives don’t understand is how best to manage that changing relationship. In this article, McKinsey & Company consultants provide a model for incorporating sociopolitical issues into the strategic decision-making process.
Publication: Stanford Social Innovation Review
Corporate Social Responsibility: Why good people behave badly in organizations
Whistle blowers wouldn’t exist if a company were doing the right things to promote social responsibility. The “right things,” these authors say, are a set of strong and consistent organizational values that espouse corporate social responsibility, and employee empowerment that encourages individuals to express their concerns to senior management.
Publication: Ivey Business Journal
From Corporate Governance to Corporate Responsibility: The Changing Boardroom Agenda
For a time, good corporate governance and socially responsible investment (SRI) had little to do with each other. The growing activism of institutional shareholders, however, has made SRI – along with what this author calls the economics of reputation, and the recognition that CSR must be encouraged – one of the drivers behind the widespread willingness to assume greater corporate social responsibility.
Publication: Ivey Business Journal
Going Green Makes Good Business Sense
Green can be good, says HBS professor Forest L. Reinhardt. In a recent reunion session for alumni, he outlined how environmentally-minded company policies can make good strategic sense for business. Here are some strategies you might consider.
Publication: Harvard Business School: Working Knowledge
Profits with a Conscience
Companies that have strong values are often more successful than companies that lack them.
Publication: Leader to Leader
Starting the Journey toward Corporate Social Responsibility
The growing emergence of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the marketplace begs the question: what does it take to get there? How do companies make the leap from deciding to embrace the values of CSR to creating a culture around it?
Publication: OnPhilanthropy

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