As a member of today’s rapidly changing global community, we strive to adapt the evolving needs of society and contribute to the overall health and wellness of our world.
We are continually reviewing and improving our efforts to lessen our impact on the environment at workplace of diversity and inclusion, conduct responsible business practices.
And uphold the highest ethical standards in everything from research and development to sales and marketing. And we are building partnerships in communities throughout the world to strengthen health systems, increase access to our medicines and find sustainable solutions to the health challenges of today, and tomorrow.
Traditional corporate social responsibility (CSR) approaches have failed, leaving business stuck in the Ages of Greed, Philanthropy, Marketing and Management. Using Web 2.0 as a metaphor, Visser shows how business needs to radically transform if we are to ever reach a true Age of Responsibility. The required systemic approach is dubbed CSR 2.0 and characterised by five key principles: creativity, scalability, responsiveness, glocality and circularity.
At Cisco, we believe more than ever that what’s good for the world is good for business. Our success depends on our people feeling inspired by their jobs and fulfilled in their careers.
Our future is brighter when more people join the digital economy and prosper. And we know that to sustain our success we must protect our greatest resource: the planet.
In this Compendium, CSR International has compiled summaries of the best research on corporate sustainability, social responsibility and business ethics since 2009. Volume 1 on Governance profiles over 450 research publications between 2009 and 2014 – including practitioner reports, market surveys and academic papers – from over 300 authors and more 250 organization’s. Specifically, it contains research abstracts on the following governance-related topic areas: accountability, transparency, ethical behavior, responsible investment, stakeholder interests, and fair operating practices