4 edition of Perspectives on Corporate Citizenship found in the catalog.
May 2001 by Greenleaf Pubns .
Written in English
|Contributions||Malcom McIntosh (Editor), Jorg Andriof (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||332|
Some of the examples mentioned include sustainability initiatives to reduce resource use, waste, and emission that could potentially reduce costs. They raise the question if the term Corporate Citizenship really describes a completely new idea and concept. Readership Corporate Citizenship provides comprehensive foundation that equips students with the tools to analyse the development and implementation of globally responsible business behavior. The moral leader: Essential for successful corporate citizenshipArchie B.
However, there is quite a huge discussion and confusion about the term and no general definition exists. Processes in social and ethical accountability: external reporting mechanismsLeigh Holland, De Montfort University, UK, and Jane Gibbon, Newcastle Business School, University of Northumbria, UKBibliography show more Review quote Perspectives on Corporate Citizenship book leading thinkers from around the world contributing chapters, Perspectives will become essential reading for students, scholars, and all serious thinkers on one of the most critical issues of our time. One example can be seen in Unilever's Project Shakti in India. Thanks to this threefold approach, the book not only offers a guide to direct future research, but can also be used as a text for advanced courses on responsible citizenship, CSR and sustainability. Once companies reach the transforming stage, they understand that corporate citizenship plays a strategic part in fueling sales growth and expansion to new markets. Lowering the carbon footprint of a firm's distribution network or engaging in fair trade are potential differentiators to lower costs and increase profits.
In turn, part two explores specific disciplines' perspectives. However, there is quite a huge discussion and confusion about the term and no general definition exists. The final prices may differ from the prices shown due to specifics of VAT rules About this book This book explores how the interrelated concepts of responsible citizenship, corporate social responsibility CSR and sustainability can be interpreted, researched and taught. These initiatives serve as a potential differentiator because they not only add value to the company, but also to the products or services.
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Her research interests include governance, nonprofit organisations, volunteers and volunteer management, and all aspects of organisational behaviour including when behaviour is not so "good".
In turn, part two explores specific disciplines' perspectives.
About the authors Dr Martin Brueckner is co-director of the Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability and senior lecturer in sustainability at Murdoch University, Australia. The weaknesses of the limited and equivalent view are the reason why they developed a third view: the extended view of CC.
As a consequence, the company wants to introduce a new model to collect and recycle old Perspectives on Corporate Citizenship book. Processes in social and ethical accountability: external reporting mechanismsLeigh Holland, De Montfort University, UK, and Jane Gibbon, Newcastle Business School, University of Northumbria, UKBibliography show more Review quote With leading Perspectives on Corporate Citizenship book from around the world contributing chapters, Perspectives will become essential reading for students, scholars, and all serious thinkers on one of the most critical issues of our time.
Citizenship policies become more comprehensive in the innovative stage, Perspectives on Corporate Citizenship book increased meetings and consultations with shareholders and through participation in forums and other outlets that promote innovative corporate citizenship policies.
Carroll introduced the pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility which is shown in figure 1. It looks at the different categories and data elements Perspectives on Corporate Citizenship book the Corporate Citizenship Lists Methodology in order to broaden the knowledge about the different parts of Corporate Citizenship and to get a better understanding of what can be expected nowadays from firms.
The moral leader: Essential for successful corporate citizenshipArchie B. Based on an analysis of corporate citizenship in a development context and the experiences and lessons learned from the abovementioned initiatives, the book discusses how new partnerships can improve the social and environmental standards in the least developed countries.
Sepinwall, Jeffery Smith, Jeffrey L. These initiatives serve as a potential differentiator because they not only add value to the company, but also to the products or services. It contributes to the much-needed debate on the role of universities — and business schools in particular — in the context of rising social and environmental stakes and growing calls for 'doing business the right way'.
CSR has been credited with encouraging customer orientation among customer-facing employees. Social license to operate[ edit ] Social License to Operate can be determined as a contractual grounds for the legitimacy of activities and projects company is involved in.
Organizations see increased employee loyalty and pride in the organization. Verification[ edit ] Corporate social responsibility and its resulting reports and efforts should be verified by the consumer of the goods and services.
Develop the Social License Development Strategy to remove the negative factors and ensure positive intention of all the social license holders to support all the business objectives of the company. One example can be seen in Unilever's Project Shakti in India. Thus Corporate Citizenship has a much more positive meaning since corporations are seen as part of society.
Corporate citizenship: What gets recorded? Corporate citizenship as an ethic of care: Corporate values, codes of ethics and global governanceMichel Dion, Universite de Sherbrooke, Canada8. Corporations are endowed with many of the same rights as citizens, such as freedom of speech, but are not themselves typically constituted around ideals of national belonging and democracy.
The aim of such training is to help employees make ethical decisions when the answers are unclear. They also promote local agricultures in over 2, independent farms to maintain their line of sustainable organic produce.
The company strives to meet social welfare needs. It also calls for investing in employee work conditions such as health care and education which may enhance productivity and retention. Corporate citizenship is also a number one issue on the donor agenda.
They rather regard corporations as artificial persons who have some of the same rights and obligations as real citizens; however, they are more powerful actors who can impact the real citizens significantly. Compare Accounts.
This measure was claimed to help some companies be more conscious of their social and moral responsibilities. Several executives suggest that employees are their most valuable asset and that the ability to retain them leads to organization success.“Corporate Citizenship: Rethinking Business Beyond Corporate Social Responsibility,” in Andrioff and McIntosh, Perspectives on Corporate Citizenship, p.
24 Van Marrewijk, “Concepts and Definitions of CSR and Corporate Sustainability,” p. 25 Davenport, Quoted by Windsor, D. Cited by: Jun 11, · Read "Perspectives and Instruments of Corporate Citizenship" by Ramona Mayer available from Rakuten Kobo.
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