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Buried Treasure

  • Kartonierter Einband
  • 192 Seiten
Caleb Wall advises companies on ways to enhance their social and environmental performance through improved management and engage... Weiterlesen
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Caleb Wall advises companies on ways to enhance their social and environmental performance through improved management and engagement with the public. In his work Caleb works with management, staff and external stakeholders to create solutions to difficult problems and to find win-win outcomes. These experiences have shown that the private sector - working in partnership with governments, NGOs and local communities - can make a solid contribution to community development, while making an equally solid contribution to long-term profitability. Implementing the principle of creating value for shareholders, as well as for society, has seen Caleb work with a diverse range of companies, including: gold mines in Siberia, small business start-ups in Mongolia, agricultural producers in Tajikistan, and multinational corporations - some of which are featured in Buried Treasure . Caleb's background includes work with the UN in Uzbekistan, as a policy advisor to the UN Environment Programme, as well as with the New Zealand government in Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Tonga and Vanuatu. He holds a PhD in Development Sociology, a Master of Arts in International Development and a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Feminist Studies. When not travelling for work, he lives in Umbria, Italy. caleb@localis-consulting.com


Demonstrates how it is possible to create "shared value" for companies, communities and other stakeholders by putting CSR at the core of the business model. This work is suitable for managers and students searching for the advantages of corporate social responsibility for business and its many stakeholders.


Foreword Ola Ullsten, Chairman of the World Council for Corporate Governance; Former Prime Minister of Sweden 1. The opportunity of corporate responsibility Implementing corporate social responsibility Shared value and common values A brief history of corporate social responsibility Social and environmental challenges Opportunities for action Conclusions 2. Leverage your core competences CSR as good management Identifying your core competences Complementing your competences with CSR Case study: Anglo American - Zimele Conclusions 3. Collaborate based on common values Creating shared value through common values Charting towards collaboration Implementing collaboration Case study: AMAC and Montana Exploradora - Community consultation for environmental protection Conclusions 4. Operate locally - impact locally Beyond offshoring Creating local opportunities "Going local" Local social contribution Conclusion 5. Evolution to revolution Building on existing skills Managing evolution Encouraging revolution Case study: Scandic hotels and Omtanke Conclusions 6. Governments and the changing business climate Cooperation or coercion? Encouraging responsible investment Incentives for responsibility Case study: electrical waste policy in Norway Conclusions 7. Non-governmental organisations Who and what are NGOs? The NGO business model Strengths and weaknesses Strategies for success Case study: Turner Broadcasting Europe Conclusion 8. Creating shared value: the next steps Next steps Acronyms and abbreviations Endnotes References Index


Titel: Buried Treasure
Untertitel: Discovering and Implementing the Value of Corporate Social Responsibility
EAN: 9781906093105
ISBN: 978-1-906093-10-5
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Genre: Management
Anzahl Seiten: 192
Gewicht: 310g
Größe: H162mm x B235mm x T11mm
Jahr: 2008
Auflage: New.