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|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Grayson; Jane Nelson
|Description:||xxii, 414 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Preface Acknowledgments Introduction PART I. The Past: The emergence of new models of collective business leadership 1. The rise of the corporate responsibility movement 2. The definition of business-led corporate responsibility coalitions 3. The evolution of business-led corporate responsibility coalitions 4. Global trends and motivations driving the growth of corporate responsibility coalitions 5. The leadership role of individual champions, companies and foundations in building the coalitions PART II. The Present: Assessing the impact of coalitions today 6. The number and diversity of corporate responsibility coalitions 7. Coalitions as part of a broader ecosystem promoting responsible business 8. The key roles of corporate responsibility coalitions 9. How coalitions organize themselves 10. Networking among the coalitions 11. Assessing the impact of coalitions PART III. The Future: The leadership challenge for corporate responsibility coalitions 12. The need for greater corporate responsibility and collective action 13. An agenda for action for corporate responsibility coalitions 14. Are corporate responsibility coalitions fit for the future? 15. Recommendations and conclusion PROFILES OF LEADING CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY COALITIONS AND SUI GENERIS ORGANIZATIONS 1. Business for Social Responsibility 2. Business in the Community 3. CSR Europe 4. Instituto Ethos 5. International Business Leaders Forum 6. Maala-Business for Social Responsibility 7. National Business Initiative for Growth, Development and Democracy 8. Philippine Business for Social Progress 9. World Business Council for Sustainable Development 10. World Environment Center 11. United Nations Global Compact 12. World Economic Forum Appendix 1. Corporate responsibility time-line Appendix 2. Research methodology Appendix 3. GlobeScan coalition survey and survey respondents Endnotes Index|
|Responsibility:||David Grayson and Jane Nelson.|
The first book to chronicle the progress and potential of business-led corporate responsibility coalitions. "an indispensable guide to the role played by business-led coalitions in generating and