Welcome to Project CSRCome join a community that is committed to CSR in the Greater Puget Sound Region. I will be examining key players in the region as well as the theories that drive successful CSR engagement. I welcome your feedback and comments!
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Category Archives: CSR Theory
Net Impact Professional Chapter hosted “Starbucks in Focus” at the Starbucks headquarters on Thursday, May 12. The discussion focused on the tenth annual Global Responsibility Report (FY2010) that was released in April. The Vice President of Global Responsibility, Ben Packard, … Continue reading
This is the second post in a four part series on Models of CSR. Proponents of the Stakeholder Model argue that the company should be driven by the interests of their stakeholders, rather than the interests of the stockholders alone … Continue reading
In his book, Corporate Responsibility and Legitimacy, James Brummer describes the four theories of CSR. By understanding these theories, we can analyze the CSR work of specific corporations more carefully—see what they contribute to society and assess the strengths and … Continue reading
In his recent WSJ article, Aneel Karnani makes a controversial argument against Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). He defines CSR as the increasingly popular idea “that companies have a responsibility to act in the public interest and that they will profit … Continue reading