Tag Archives: Corporate Social Responsibility

La Misión en la Empresa y la Responsabilidad Social

A company that genuinely seeks to exercise its corporate social responsibility will be a company with – and on – a mission. A corporate mission is a public statement of an organization’s commitments, to its stakeholders and society at large, vis-à-vis the purpose or raison d’être of its activity. This technical note by the “la …
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Leading Spanish think-tank Forética joins WBCSD’s Global Network

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) has announced that Forética has joined its Global Network. Forética has been appointed as the Spanish Business Council for Sustainable Development because of its outstanding track record in raising awareness on sustainability issues and working with a wide range of stakeholders from business to government, academia and the non-profit sector. …
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News on ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’

Factiva is the world’s most important collection of news. With thousands of sources in 28 languages from nearly 200 countries, Factiva provides a comprehensive, curated basis for making better decisions.  In this particular case, it offers all the news published in the last week on “Corporate Social Responsibility”. The full texts of the news reports are available on …
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Los emprendedores sociales: innovación al servicio del cambio social

The Skoll Foundation defines social entrepreneurs as «proven leaders whose approaches and solutions to social problems are helping to improve the lives and circumstances of countless underserved populations.” A new study by Marta Curto and published by the “la Caixa” Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance sets out the basic characteristics of a …
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Responsibility Help Us Understand the Credit Crisis?

Explaining the root causes of a crisis is a complex undertaking, especially given the multiplicity of causes involved. While the economic causes may be widely known and accepted by now, one must also consider the psychological, social, political and ethical factors that, while far from offering alternative explanations, do provide complementary perspectives. The ethical interpretation …
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