Learning about Corporate Social Responsibility - The Dutch Experience
160x240mm pp.153 Yen10100 2003
For two years, representatives of 19 Dutch companies have been working together to find out what corporate social responsibility actually means in practice and what the added value of these efforts is. These activities have been carried out in the context of the Dutch National Initiative for Sustainable Development. The meaning of corporate social responsibility turns out to be a search process. It is not a clear-cut set of activities which any company can simply copy. "Learning about Corporate Social Responsibility" reports on the practical results of the NIDO programme and also reflects on the learning experiences gained from implementing corporate social responsibility in Dutch business practices.
Foreword/ The Importance of Corporate Social Responsibility/ In Search of a Structured Approach Towards Corporate Social Responsibility/ The Added Value of Corporate Social Responsibility/ Balancing People, Planet and Profit/ Learning Processes at Group Level/ Learning Processes at Company Level/ Learning Processes at the Level of Society/ Lessons Learned/ References/ Appendix/ Company Profiles