Category | Reports & Surveys

The Paradox of Power in CSR – Organizational Conflict

CSR literature indicates that an increase in power associated with CSR is positive, particularly for stakeholders. Dr. Krista Bondy, CSR Lecturer at the University of Bath?s School of Management, conducted extensive research on power and CSR within a single in-depth case study. She found that in practice, power can actually lead to conflict within organizations, […]

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ME Businesses Beginning to Recognize Real Value of CSR, Says Sustainability Advisory Group survey

Social media has begun to play a key role in how companies shape their corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies and present themselves as good corporate citizens. The standard for CSR is being redefined and is evolving as a driver of innovation. The bottom line is three-fold, centered around people, planet, and profit. As business leaders […]

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2010 GRI Conference Transparency Towards A Sustainable Global Economy

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) hosted the 3rd Amsterdam Global Conference on Sustainability and Transparency on 26-28 May, 2010. Described as the largest multi-stakeholder conference focusing on the role of organizational transparency in a sustainable global economy, GRI says this was the first meeting of this size and global composition. The conference urged radical and […]

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Tracks and Trends in CSR Practices

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a rapidly increasing practice where businesses in Pakistan are becoming increasingly interested, active and innovative. The phenomenon has become a boardroom agenda for many organizations, if not for all. The traditional purview of CSR being only ‘corporate philanthropy’ is gradually getting expanded to the well-being of People, care for the […]

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