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Governance and ethics

Back in June I posted on Governance and Stakeholders focusing on the damage institutions were doing to their stakeholders through on-going governance failures.  Two of the organisations discussed (not for the first time) were the CBA Bank’s ongoing financial advice crisis and FIFA’s corruption, both on-going scandals. 1,121 more words

Stakeholder Management

Call for contributions Developments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility Series

There is still space for a couple of more chapters in these forthcoming books in the Emerald Developments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility Series. Get in touch if you wish to contribute. 452 more words


Corporate Social Responsibility: What is it and why does it matter?

As I briefly mentioned in my last post, more and more corporations are vamping up their social responsibility efforts, and more and more individuals are choosing to shop, eat, and work at companies that have a strong tie to community efforts. 553 more words

An Open Letter from a Corporate Partner

Dear Director of Development,

As you know, 2009 was a tough financial year for our company. We are doing all we can to stay in business, keep our employees employed and customers engaged. 254 more words


Social media's functionality supports business responsibility

What Is It?

Social media in my mind is a two-way street of functionality based on broad communication.

It can be said that social media in a business perspective will help you: 632 more words


Click for a Cause

Click for a Cause
The photography contest capturing Social Change in Action…

A positive social change is at work all around. Unfortunately, many are not able to capture it. 642 more words

Corporate Social Responsibility

A Summary of the High Level Committee Recommendations for the Effective Implementation of the CSR Mandate

In line with the national endeavor to include those sections of the society in the growth process, which had hitherto remained excluded from the mainstream of development, CSR was conceived as an instrument for integrating social, environmental and human development concerns in the entire value chain of corporate business in India.  1,402 more words