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In class we are learning about corporate social responsibility (or the lack of it in Enron's case). As this diagram shows, CSR is a form of corporate self-regulation included in the business model. CSR covers 3 main aspects; Social or community involvement, economic growth, and ecological / environmental action. It is of organisations best interest to embrace CSR practices, and for many reasons - one being customers will prefer you over competitors without CSR practices.

This business model clearly lays out the 3 key aspects to Corporate Social Responsibility. By balancing each of the 3 components a business has the opportunity to build its reputation and increase consumer satisfaction.

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) outlines six very parts of a business and provides insight on why they should be important for business success.

This TED Talk was AMAZING!

I really enjoyed this Ted Talk on How to Value People Over Profit. While I understand the whole point of most business is profit, Dale Partridge points out that focusing just on profit alone leaves people feeling unfulfilled.

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Is Community Involvement Important for Big Businesses?

This infographic details the "paradigm shift" in social responsibility and how companies are getting involved with non-profits in a spirit of corporate citizenship.

Define Corporate Social Responsibility on a Page. Also for government organizations.

Economy Infographics compliance, creating shared value, ethics, corporate social responsibility, ROI

ROI of Social Media Marketing: Knowing What to Measure

We see a lot of businesses that spend a considerable amount of time and resources on social media despite being unable to create a rule of ROI measurement. Are they taking a leap of faith?

Managing organizational change for corporate social responsibility #CSR

Managing organizational change for corporate social responsibility