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Corporate Social Responsibility

 Find two examples of companies, products or organizations which display social responsibility: one which displays good social responsibility and one which displays poor social responsibility. For each, explain why you have this opinion of these firms. Read all posts before yours - no duplicates allowed, so if another student has already posted about your choices, change your example to some other firm. Early posts have priority.  Then come back to the discussion and comment on the examples given...

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Corporate Social Responsibility Presentation

Corporate Social Responsibility Presentation University Of Greenwich Nguyen Son Hieu,831580 I. What is CSR? • ‘ The social responsibility of business encompasses the economic, legal, ethical and discretionary expectations that a society has of organizations at a given point in time ’ [Carroll, 1979] • CSR functions as a mechanism to enhance a positive impact on the environment and stakeholders. Types of CSR • CSR takes place in different forms, ranging from : - Giving away food or cash to charity...

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Corporate Social Responsibility And Ethics

“Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics” Social responsibility is an idea that has been of concern to mankind for many years. Over the last two decades, however, it has become of increasing concern to the business world. This has resulted in growing interaction between governments, businesses and society as a whole. In the past, businesses primarily concerned themselves with the economic results of their decisions. “Today, however, businesses must also reflect on the legal, ethical, moral and...

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Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility

AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Introduction/Summary Often times, many business decisions are not always black and white and there are ethical dilemmas that leaders sometimes face. “Leadership must know how the myriad human behaviors and interactions fit together like puzzle pieces to create a whole picture” (Kehoe, pg. 201). Ethics is the study of honest behaviors and decisions, examining what should be done in relation with Corporate Social responsibility (CSR)...

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NIKE Social Responsibilities In SouthEast Asia

NIKE Social Responsibilities in Southeast Asia Contents Introduction 1 Thesis 1 Key Topics 2 Topic 1 2 Topic 2 4 Topic 3 6 Conclusion 8 Reference Page 9 Figure 1: From NIKE’s FY1999 through FY2013 their Gross Profit has more than tripled, from $3.51B to $11.55B. 2 Figure 2: The original prototype Nike running shoe with the waffle tread pattern. This was the first of many innovations for the company. 3 Figure 3: Nike manufacturing facility in Vietnam. The employees work 10 hrs a day 6 days...

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Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility http://csr.cisco.com/pages/csr-programs Cisco CSR Programs Should companies feel obligated to take it upon themselves to practice good Corporate Social Responsibility for the hard working consumers and stockholders that are all aware of the global social issues that occur every day? As defined by World Buisness Council for Sustainable Development, "Corporate Social Responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to contribute to economic development while...

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Toyota: Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility Toyota March 2012 Team 3 – Team Academia Arlene Mitchell-Washington Christopher Malcolm Christian Marquez Valarie Johnson Ali Moazzeni This presentation is prepared for course AMBA 610 taught by 2/2/2012 Thursday, January 24, 13 Team Academia - AMBA 610 - Project 1 1 Corporate Social Responsibility - Toyota Corporate Social Responsibility Policy  In Aug of 2008, Toyota introduced it’s revised CSR Policy – Highlights of the Toyota CSR Policy o Take...

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Corporate Social Responsibility Csr

Corporate Social Responsibility We live in an increasingly complex and sceptical world full of corporate scandals, stock market downturns, an uncertain economy. All these things have diminished trust in the corporate sector and its leaders. Stakeholders have become more critical, especially when they hear about drilling activities in Nigeria and Greenpeace campaigns against a firm. Companies need to address this by demonstrating their positive impact on society and by taking appropriate measures...

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The benefit of CSRCorporate Social Responsibility

The benefit of CSR Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become an attractive issue in recently years, because several companies and people have noticed environmental or ethical problems of surrounding society, such as working places and pollution. Although the first Concept of CSR was proposed from the early 1950 and started being rarely discussed after Industrial Revolution, CSR is now using broadly in full integration with strategic management and corporate governance at 20th century to...

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Corporate Social Responsibility - Primark

Corporate Social Responsibility - Primark Primark’s products are mainly sourced from suppliers in Europe and Asia. Its key sourcing countries are China, India, Bangladesh and Turkey. Primark has initiated a programme of activities which supports its corporate social responsibility (CSR) stance and ensures that its trading meets the company’s values and ethical standards. Corporate social responsibility represents the responsibility that a business has towards all its stakeholders, not just...

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