• Cross Cultural Perspective – Nike Corporation
    Cross Cultural Perspective – Nike Corporation In this essay, I will attempt to present an analysis of the ethics and social responsibility issues that an organization can face when it is a global organization. One of the most recognized organizations globally would without a doubt have to be the...
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  • Case Study - Nike Sweatshops Inc.
    | Corporate Sustainability Management | Case Study Analysis: Nike, Inc. and Sweatshops | | | | | Ethics refer to what is defined as right or wrong in the morality of human beings and social issues are matters which could directly or indirectly affect a person or many members of...
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  • Social Responsibility
    -profits-dive/1992991.article ) My second case study is Nike. NIKE (http://seeker401.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/nike_logo.jpg) There has been a lot of controversy over the past few years with regards to Nikes manufacturing. Nike have tried to reinvent there corporate and social responsibilities since...
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  • Social Responsibility in Stakeholder Theory
    Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2 2. Social responsibility in stakeholder theory 3 2.1 Why social responsibility? 3 3. Limitations 4 4. Case study examples: Starbucks & Nike 4 5. Conclusion 5 6. References 6 7. Appendixes 9 Appendix A 9 Appendix B 10 1. Introduction...
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  • Brand and Branding
    .171-183. 2. Bell, K. & Lewis, L. 2005, ‘The Pragmatic and Ethical Barriers to Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure: The Nike Case’, in Journal of Business Ethics, Springer, pp359-376. 3. Christensen, L. & Greene, W. 1976, ‘Economies of Scale in U.S. Electric Power Generation’, The...
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  • Nike Inc. Csr
    CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Case Study about the CSR of Nike prepared by Paul SOMER TABLE OF CONTENTS • Background of the implementation of CSR at Nike (besides the existing legal commitment) • Activities of Nike regarding CSR • Responsibility by impementing the Environmental Apparel...
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  • business project one
    production and consumption (Nike, Inc. 2014). Last focus on key policy issues of climate change, sustainable materials and product and post-consumer waste (Nike, Inc. 2014). Corporate Citizenship and Social Responsibility Nike’s corporate citizenship and social responsibility is a major issue with...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    successfully protect its corporate social responsibility (CSR) reputation during the late 1990s. The article opens with a brief discussion of CSR and its critical importance to transnationals such as Nike. The opening also includes four research questions guiding this study. The article then...
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  • Nike. Inc., and Sweatshops
    Sweatshops. Some of the ethical and social issues in this case study. 1.1Safety and Health The first aspect on which Nike has to work is the deficits in Safety and Health standards. In many of the production facilities, the working conditions cause a hazard to workers’ health. Although Nike demands...
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  • Student
    speech. Nike advertisements stated that Nike Corporation is dedicated to the well-being of their employees and socially responsible. However, the use of puffery and the guarantee of free speech was a ploy to misrepresent their true principles and lack of social responsibilities. Not only has Nike’s...
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  • Nike's Crs Challenges
    challenged to find an honest and responsible leadership who cares about social responsibility, because the way how people are leaded, reflects the employer’s goal. The employer’s goal should be to make profit with pure conscience by regarding social responsibility. In the case study this is called...
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  • Nike the Sweatshop Debate
    legal, cultural, and ethical points of view of this case study. Even though Nike may subcontract its companies overseas, Nike still has a responsibility to make sure the manufacturing sites are ran with integrity. After the negative press, and investigations that took place to prove Nike was guilty of...
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  • School
    Case study: Nike’s CSR Challenge After the widespread report on the workers of Nike in the plantation in 2005, Nike worked on the reports of social and environmental practices. Nike needs to consider the welfare of the workers and the profits they are earning. Nike’s future depends on the...
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  • Corporate Governance Practices
    Journal of Business Ethics (2005) 60: 359–376 DOI 10.1007/s10551-005-0869-x Ó Springer 2005 The Pragmatic and Ethical Barriers to Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure: The Nike Case Kristen Bell DeTienne Lee W. Lewis ABSTRACT. Numerous studies have documented the demand for...
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  • The Relationship Between Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
    responsibility (CSR). It will start with the principle concept of ethics, business ethics, and corporate social responsibility; the important of ethics in CSR that corporations should comply with; and comparing the two case studies of corporations that adopted CSR and managerial ethics. Velasquez et al...
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  • Swoot
    Privatization Fewer people willing to do child welfare Disclaimer: This case study has been compiled from information available from public sources. This SWOT is based on an analysis completed as part of the strategic planning process for Washington County (Maryland) social services. 2 It is intended to be...
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  • Nike CSR Analysis
    responsible ways? An institutional theory of corporate social responsibility. Academy of Management Review, 32(3), 946-96. doi: 10.5465/AMR.2007.25275684 DeTienne, K., & Lewis, L. W. (2005). The pragmatic and ethical barriers to corporate social responsibility disclosure: The Nike case. Journal of...
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  • Nike: the Sweatshop Debate
    this case study. Even though Nike may subcontract its companies overseas, Nike still has a responsibility to make sure the manufacturing sites are ran with integrity. After the negative press, and investigations that took place to prove Nike was guilty of running sweat shops, Nike had to rethink...
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  • case study
    Case study: Nike’s CSR Challenge 1. Discuss the challenges regarding corporate social responsibility that companies in the apparel industry face in its supply chains around the world? A corporation’s supply chain may be defined as the series of companies including suppliers, customers and...
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  • Nike vs Adidas
    ) also play a role for every sport companies in responsibility to act in a way that positively contributes to their stakeholders and the communities in which they exist. In this case, it is increasingly important for the social and economic issues such as rapid technological change, a diverse and...
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