Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility Stakeholders, Globalization, and Sustainable Value Creation

ISBN-10: 1452217793

ISBN-13: 9781452217796

Edition: 3rd 2014

Authors: David B. Chandler, William B. Werther

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Book details

List price: $90.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/1/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 664
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.420
Language: English

List of Figures
CSR Newsletters
Glossary of Terms
CSR Terms
Strategy Terms
Foreword
Preface: Why CSR Matters
Plan of the Book
Acknowledgements
Notes and References
Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility
What is CSR?
Corporate Social Responsibility
Strategy and CSR
The Evolution of CSR
Culture and Context
Foundations of CSR
An Ethical Argument for CSR
A Moral Argument for CSR
A Rational Argument for CSR
An Economic Argument for CSR
Five Driving Forces of CSR
Affluence
Sustainability
Globalization
Media
Brands
Next Steps
Questions for Discussion and Review
Notes and References
Strategy + CSR: A Stakeholder Perspective
What is Strategy?
Competing Strategy Perspectives
The Resources Perspective
Limitations of the Resources Perspective
The Industry Perspective
Limitations of the Industry Perspective
A Stakeholder Perspective
Prioritizing Stakeholders
The Integration of Strategy and CSR
Combining the Resources and Industry Perspectives
Integrating CSR
Strategic CSR
CSR Perspective
Core Operations
Stakeholder Perspective
Medium to Long Term
Next Steps
Questions for Discussion and Review
Notes and References
CSR: Whose Responsibility?
CSR: A Corporate Responsibility?
Milton Friedman vs. Charles Handy
CSR: A Stakeholder Responsibility?
Caring Stakeholders
Proactive Stakeholders
Transparent Stakeholders
The Walmart Paradox
Is Walmart Good for Society?
Prices
Suppliers
Jobs
Competitors
Quality and Variety
Walmart Is No. 1… Today
Walmart and Sustainability
Walmart and Greenwash
So, Whose Responsibility is CSR?
Next Steps e
Questions for Discussion and Review
Notes and References
CSR as a Strategic Filter
CSR + A Strategic Lens
The CSR Filter
Structure
Competencies
Strategy
CSR Filter
Environment
The Five Driving Forces of CSR
Affluence
Sustainability
Globalization
Media
Brands
The Market for CSR
CSR Price Premium
CSR Market Abuse
Strategic CSR
Next Steps
Questions for Discussion and Review
Notes and References
Implementing CSR
The CSR Threshold
Variation Among Companies
Variation Among Industries
Variation Among Cultures
CSR-Integral to the Firm
Implementation: Short to Medium Term
Executive Investment
CSR Officer
CSR Vision
Performance Metrics
Integrated Reporting
Ethics Code and Training
Ethics Helpline
Organizational Design
Implementation: Medium to Long Term
Stakeholder Involvement
Manage the Message
Corporate Governance
Activism and Advocacy
Implementation: Embedding CSR
Strategic Planning
Firm Action
Conscious Capitalism
Values-based Business
Next Steps
Questions for Discussion and Review
Notes and References
CSR: Issues and Case-studies
Organizational Issues and Case-studies
Corporate Governance
Case Study: Split CEO/Chair
Corporate Rights
Case Study: Citizens United
Employees
Case Study: John Lewis Partnership
Executive Pay
Case Study: Stock Options
Investor Activism
Case Study: Social Impact Bonds
Social Entrepreneurship
Case Study: The Body Shop
Wages
Case Study: McDonald's
Notes and References
Economic Issues and Case-studies
Corruption
Case Study: FCPA
Ethical Consumption
Case Study: Conflict Minerals
Ethical Sourcing
Case Study: Starbucks
Financial Crisis
Case Study: Countrywide
Microfinance
Case Study: Grameen Bank
Profit '
Case Study: Unilever
Supply Chain
Case Study: Foxconn
Notes and References
Societal Issues and Case-studies
Accountability
Case Study: Lifecycle Pricing
Compliance
Case Study: Nudge
Corporate Responsibilities
Case Study: Benefit Corporations
Media
Case Study: CNBC
Religion
Case Study: Islamic Finance
Sustainability
Case Study: e-Waste
Values
Case Study: Ben & Jerrys
Notes and References
Company Index
Subject Index
About the Authors
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