Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility - International Student Edition: Sustainable Value Creation
 
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ISBN13:9781071895351
ISBN10:1071895354
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:552 pages
Size:231x187 mm
Language:English
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Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility - International Student Edition

Sustainable Value Creation
 
Edition number: Sixth Edition
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc
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Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility: Sustainable Value Creation (Sixth Edition) redefines corporate social responsibility (CSR) as being central to the value-creating purpose of the firm. Based on a theory of empowered stakeholders, this bestselling text argues that the responsibility of a corporation is to create value, broadly defined. The primary challenge for managers today is to balance the competing interests of the firm’s stakeholders’ understanding that what they expect today may not be what they will expect tomorrow. This tension is what makes CSR so complex and demanding, but it is also what makes CSR integral to the firm’s strategy and day-to-day operations.  In this new Sixth Edition, author David Chandler explores issues around COVID-19, the BLM movement, the supply chain crunch, and the "great resignation."

 

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333333; margin: 0in 0in 0pt;">Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility: Sustainable Value Creation (Sixth Edition) redefines corporate social responsibility (CSR) as being central to the value-creating purpose of the firm. Based on a theory of empowered stakeholders, this bestselling text argues that the responsibility of a corporation is to create value, broadly defined.