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Management models for corporate social responsibility

Author: Jonker, Jan ; De Witte, MarcoPublisher: Springer, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 378 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 3540332464Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Management Models for Corporate Social Responsibility Table of Contents Chapter 1: Finally in Business: Organising Corporate Social Responsibility in Five...................................................................... 1 Jan Jonker and Marco de Witte Generic Models for the Business Context Chapter 2: The SIGMA Management Model................................................... 11 Dave Knight Chapter 3: CSR in the Extractive Industry: An Integrated Approach.......... 19 Monique de Wit and Esther Schouten Chapter 4: RainbowScore®: A Strategic Approach for Multi-dimensional Value................................................................28 Elisa Golin and Giampietro Parolin Chapter 5: COMPASS to Sustainability.......................................................... 37 Michael Kuhndt and Justus von Geibler Chapter 6: sustManageTM - Integrating Corporate Sustainability ............... 45 Oliver Dudok van Heel and Will Muir VI Table of Contents Chapter 7: The Molecule Model Henk Folkerts and René Weijers 55 Chapter 8: Global Compact Performance Model Ursula Wynhoven 63 Generic Models for the Societal Context Chapter 9: WEV: A New Approach to Supply Chain Management Alex H. Kaufman 75 Chapter 10: A Model for Multi-stakeholder Partnerships on Human Rights in Tourism Camelia M. Tepelus 82 Chapter 11: The Guangcai Model GUO Peiyuan, YU Yongda, and DU Huixian (Fred Dubee) 90 Chapter 12: Community Learning in the Indian Education Sector Subhasis Ray 97 Chapter 13: Creating Space for CSR in Melbourne David Teller and Trevor Goddard 106 Table of Contents VII _ Organising Identity Chapter 14: Integrating People, Planet and Profit......................................... 117 Fred Bergmans Chapter 15: Reflexivity: Linking Individual and Organisational Values...... 126 Nick Osborne and Martin Redfem Chapter 16: Self-Organising Leadership: Transparency and Trust............. 134 Richard N. Knowles Chapter 17: The CSR Brand Positioning Grid................................................140 Bart Brüggenwirth Organising Transactivity Chapter 18: On Dialogue: A Self-Development Tool..................................... 149 Robert Beckett Chapter 19: Stakeholder Engagement: The Experience of Holcim.............. 157 Anne Gambling Chapter 20: Managing Expectations in Partnerships....................................164 André Nijhof and Michel van Pijkeren VIII Table of Contents Chapter 21: A Stepwise Approach to Stakeholder Management................... 171 Céline Louche and Xavier Baeten Chapter 22: Fair Labour Association Model....................................................180 Jacques Igalens and Martine Combemale Chapter 23: A Stakeholder Model for Emerging Technologies...................... 187 Gael M. McDonald and Deborah Rolland Organising Systems Chapter 24: Product Stewardship for CSR...................................................... 197 Helen Lewis Chapter 25: Sabento Model: Social Assessment of Biotechnological Production.................................................................................... 207 Justus von Geibler, Holger Wallbaum, Christa Liedtke in support with Frederik Lippert Chapter 26: The Branding of CSR Excellence................................................ 214 John Luff Chapter 27: The Four Dimensions of Responsible Purchasing.....................222 Osbert Lancaster and Kyla Brand Table of Contents IX Chapter 28: The Hurdles Analysis: A Way to Greener Public Procurement 230 Lilly Scheibe and Edeltraud Günther Chapter 29: Strategic CSR Communication: Telling Others How Good You Are..........................................................................................238 Mette Morsing Chapter 30: CSR Online: Internet Based Communication.............................247 Ralf Isenmann Organising Accountability Chapter 31: A Product Sustainability Assessment........................................ 257 Sophie Spillemaeckers and Griet Vanhoutte Chapter 32: Drawing the Lines in Value Chain Responsibility..................... 265 Johan Verburg and Sean Gilbert Chapter 33: Resource Efficiency Accounting................................................ 274 Timo Busch and Christa Liedtke Chapter 34: The GoodCorporation Framework.............................................. 281 Lisa Buchan and Leo Martin Chapter 35: Promoting Human Rights in the Supply Chain.......................... 288 Rachelle Jackson X Table of Contents Organising the Business Proposition Chapter 36: Assessing the Value Chain Context........................................... 297 Duane Windsor Chapter 37: Pursuing Sustainability Through Enduring Value Creation..... 305 Peter Newman, Erik Stanton-Hicks, and Brendan Hammond Chapter 38: Price: Earnings Ratio and Commercial Performance............... 313 Geoff Roberts and Linda S. Spedding Chapter 39: A Strategy Model for Sustainable Profits and Innovation........ 319 Marcus Wagner Chapter 40: Modelling the Business Case for Sustainability....................... 327 Rachel Batley Chapter 41: Creating Competitive Advantage: The Sustainable Value Model.................................................................................. 336 Chris Laszlo, Dave Sherman, and John Whalen Chapter 42: CSR Upside Down: The Need for Up-Front Knowledge Development................................................................................ 344 Jan Jonker, Marco de Witte, and Michel van Pijkeren About the Authors........................................................................353 Index..............................................................................................369

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