Blog 01. September 2011 | 0 Comments
By Bradley Googins and Philip Mirvis With the sniping and gridlock around raising the federal debt ceiling, job creation stalled, and 401ks in free fall, a question to consider is: What does this all have to do with corporate citizenship? Amidst this turmoil, American business has mostly sat on the sidelines, or lobbied behind the scenes, but been more observer than public participant in the issues of the day. Meanwhile, corporate profits are swelling and companies rest atop piles of cash (reportedly Apple has more in reserve than the U.S. Treasury). The analysts say that business is waiting for more stability, security, and certainty before it invests its considerable reserves. That may be sound economic strategy for a company, but it is surely harmful to the country. So, what are the responsibilities of business as a good citizen when it comes to investing in the nation? Network: Global Network for Corporate Citizenship [more]
Blog 08. August 2011 | 0 Comments
Welcome to the launch of the Global Network for Corporate Citizenship (GNCC). This network is intended to link and stitch together experts and practitioners from academia, research, companies, NGOs, politics and anyone interested in the broad issues related to corporate citizenship, corporate responsibility and sustainability from across the globe into a global community. Network: Global Network for Corporate Citizenship [more]
Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/GNCC_CSR/csr-trends-in-europe-8437105 Thumbnail: Embed: CSR Trends in Europe from GNCC_CSR.
Blog 28. January 2011 | 0 Comments
Phil Mirvis, academic and CSR management consultant, analyzes how leading companies shape their corporate citizenship strategy by relating and responding to society: understanding risks and opportunities, mapping "hot" social issues, engaging stakeholders. Network: Global Network for Corporate Citizenship [more]