CSR Food for Thought: Taking Stock of Social Impact

05. August 2011 CSR 0

The CSR Food for Thought series is a weekly roundup of relevant news from around the Web, presented to you in one bite-sized blog post.



Taking Stock of Your Company’s Social Impact
Forget measuring environmental impacts – this article explores why every business leader should also measure their company’s social impact.

Discussion Round-Up: Collaboration between Businesses and NGOs
Guardian Sustainable Business convened a panel of experts to discuss what makes a successful nonprofit/corporate partnership. Highlights include aligning mission of both the nonprofit and company, and the need to encourage and reward employee participation.

Aligned Incentives and Engaged Employees Improve Triple Bottom Line Performance
When employees are engaged, they not only stay with a company longer, but they are also likely to be more productive and innovative, be sick less often, and have higher morale. Does one need a more compelling reason to mobilize a plan?

Getting to ‘Yes’ for Social Good Campaigns
Having trouble “selling” your social good program idea internally at your organization? Here are some tips for turning an initial “no” into a “yes.”

Why Good Causes Need Great Design
Social enterprises and cause-related products still need to compete with mainstream brands. Here’s why good design is an essential component to the success of socially responsible businesses.

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