• Dissertation
    Corporate Social Responsibility in the Coffee Industry Master Thesis submitted in fulfillment of the Degree Master of Science in International Tourism Management Submitted to Dr. Ursula Christine Loisch Antonia Ria Markoulakis 1013003 Vienna, 8th June 2012 AFFIDAVIT I hereby affirm...
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  • HRM Strategy
    HRM Strategy! Karl Nagra Karl Nagra Lecturers Name: Alan Hughes Human Resource Management Due Date: 28 October 2013 HRM Strategy Organisations are under increased pressures to reduce costs whilst improving productivity. These pressures are contradictory to each other and without the correct...
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  • Creating Shared Value: Lessening the Tension Between Society and the Economy by Utilizing Corporate Social Responsibility to Its Full Potential
    Creating Shared Value: Lessening the Tension between Society and the Economy by Utilizing Corporate Social Responsibility to its full Potential PA 311 Introduction to Civic Engagement INTRODUCTION Commerce is an essential part of humanity. Without commerce man would...
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  • Hbr When Your Core Business Is Dying
    TOP-TEAM POLITICS…page 90 WHEN YOUR CORE BUSINESS IS DYING…page 66 Y GE SE PA IN DS CK R M WA A 53 www.hbr.org April 2007 58 What Your Leader Expects of You Larry Bossidy 66 Finding Your Next Core Business Chris Zook 78 Promise-Based Management: The Essence of Execution ...
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  • Is Bribery a Source of Competitive Advantage for Local Competition?
    Business Ethics Bribery Case Study Simone-Maria Kofler Is bribery a source of Competitive Advantage for local competition? ABSTRACT. Over five years after the firsts signs of crisis, developed economies are stagnating again. This fact, force multinationals to rely on emerging markets with the...
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  • H&M CSR
    as Malaysia and Latvia in 2012 and Serbia and Lithuania in 20132. H&M’s sustainability program, “H&M Conscious,” integrates corporate social responsibility with their corporate values and makes sustainability a core tenet of their quality concept. H&M is intent on confronting existing challenges in...
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  • Management Tools
    reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from Bain & Company. ISBN: 0-9656059-7-3 Published by: Bain & Company, Inc. 131 Dartmouth Street Boston, MA 02116 Bain’s business is helping make companies more valuable. Founded in 1973 on the principle that consultants must measure...
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  • Miss C
    Note: Any items marked 'Key Texts Collection' will be removed from the Key Texts Collection on 31-01-2013 Resource | Importance | Core Text |   | [Book]Johnson, Gerry (2012). Fundamentals of strategy. Harlow, England : Financial Times /Prentice Hall You are expected to obtain a copy of this book...
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  • Recommended Reading
    Chapter 01Porter, M.E. (1996). What is strategy? Harvard Business Review, 74(6), 61–78. For an insight into the debate on deliberate and emergent strategies see: • Pascale, R.T. (1984). Perspectives on strategy: the real story behind Honda’s success. California Management Review, 26(3),...
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  • Building CSR into strategy
    archive of this journal is available at www.emeraldinsight.com/0955-534X.htm Building corporate social responsibility into strategy Building CSR into strategy Jeremy Galbreath Graduate School of Business, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia Abstract 109 Received May 2008 ...
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  • Retired
     The Emerging Role of “Corporate Social Responsibility” in the Shipping Industry Course: P.G.D.L.L. (Distance Education) Student Name: Chandran Peechulli. Krishnan. Year: 2012-13 Table of Contents Introduction ...
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  • Financial Bubbles
    Abstract This paper discusses the two most important theoretical models on corporate governance and how they influenced the economic and financial crisis that began in 2008. The core corporate governance such as badly governed remuneration systems and short-term shareholder interest...
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  • Testing
    commentators have identified a difference between the Canadian (Montreal school of CSR), the Continental European and the Anglo-Saxon approaches to CSR.[3] And even within Europe the discussion about CSR is very heterogeneous.[4] A more common approach to CSR is corporate philanthropy. This includes monetary...
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  • Management and Cost Account by Colin Drury
    from Bain & Company. Published by Bain & Company, Inc. 131 Dartmouth Street Boston, MA 02116 Shared Ambit ion, True Results Bain & Company is the management consulting firm that the world’s business leaders come to when they want results. Bain advises clients on strategy, operations, technology...
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  • Strategicmanagement Syllabus
    Executive MBA Summer 2011 MGMT910 – Business Strategy Office Hours: by appointment Course Objectives & Learning Outcomes: As an executive, you are responsible for the performance of your firm (or business unit) and your success begins with how persuasive, compelling and powerful is the direction...
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  • Csr Strategy
    Why Every Company Needs a CSR Strategy and How to Build It Kash Rangan Lisa A. Chase Sohel Karim Working Paper 12-088 April 5, 2012 Copyright © 2012 by Kash Rangan, Lisa A. Chase, and Sohel Karim Working papers are in draft form. This working paper is distributed for purposes of comment and discussion...
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  • Csr Communication in the Pharma Industry
    THE WEBSITES OF THREE PHARMACEUTICAL WHOLESALERS MASTER THESIS Author: José Javier Levrino (JL82847) Supervisor: Anne Ellerup Nielsen MA in Corporate Communication Århus, Denmark. August 2010 CSR COMMUNICATION IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY José Javier Levrino Table of contents Abstract...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility and Value Creation among Large Firms Lessons from the Spanish Experience Bryan W. Husted and David B. Allen Can corporate social responsibility (CSR) be a source of good and a wellspring of innovation, competitive advantage and value creation for the firm...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    Corporate social responsibility (CSR, also called corporate conscience, corporate citizenship, social performance, or sustainable responsible business/ Responsible Business)[1] is a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model. CSR policy functions as a built-in, self-regulating...
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  • Stockholder vs Stakeholder
    practices at overseas facilities, and supported diversity in the workplace. Small wonder, then, that it earned a spot on the respected Domini 400 Social Index. Or that last March, the socially minded Calvert Group added the company to its index. Or that just months before the firm filed for bankruptcy...
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