The Civil Corporation: The New Economy of Corporate Citizenship
Arguing that corporate citizenship emerges from the New Economy dynamics, the author explores how far business can and should improve their social and environmental performance, and relates it to learning, knowledge and innovation. The book sets out the practical issues for business, including goal and boundary setting, measurement, dialogue and how to build trust. Winner of the 2006 SIM Book Award.
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