The Age of Responsibility: CSR 2.0 and the New DNA of Business

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 8, 2011 - Business & Economics - 408 pages
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This landmark book shows how the old model of corporate sustainability and responsibility is being replaced by a second generation movement that goes beyond the outmoded approach of CSR as philanthropy or public relations concern to a more authentic, stakeholder-driven model. The author describes the new concept and mission of the new movement and explains its agenda in a succinct guide that will be useful for CSR professionals, including managers, consultants, academics, and non-governmental organizations.
 

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Contents

List of boxes cases figures and tables
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Box
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Thematrixofchange
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Box
316
Makingadifference
343
Cases
360
Bibliography
367
Case
369
Index
377
Other books by Wayne Visser
390
Foreword by Jeffrey Hollender
xi
Acknowledgements
xvii
AnuragGuptaandALittleWorld
3
Case
9
The ages and stages of CSR
21
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Wayne Visser is Founder and Director of the think-tank CSR International and the author/editor of twelve books, including nine on the role of business in society. In addition, he is a Senior Associate at the University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership, Professor of Sustainability at Magna Carta College, Oxford, and Adjunct Professor in CSR at the La Trobe Graduate School of Management in Australia.

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