From strategy to implementation and reporting
Corporate social responsibility
Corporate social responsibility is far beyond the stage of orientation and experimenting. Nowadays, few organisations are not aware that they need to carefully consider the impact which their operations have on the environment, society and individuals. To 'carefully consider' this, though, is not enough. Society wants you to lay your cards on the table. Increasingly, globally operating companies demand that their partners and suppliers take a clear stance.
This raises strategic questions. How great is the impact of your operations on environmental and social issues? Can this impact be controlled and positively affected? For instance, by behaving differently? By making a number of strategic decisions? And when you have made up your mind, how do you create support for your policies, how do you embed your new rules of conduct in everyday practice and in the existing management systems?
iGOR Centre of Expertise provides advice and actual support. In every stage. From outlining your strategy to implementation and reporting. Issues regarding Corporate Responsibility constitute a significant field of interests and research for researchers working at the iGOR Centre of Expertise. They are familiar with these issues, conduct active research and/or participate in research projects, keep up with what’s happening and are best suited to translate knowledge and insights based on scientific research into everyday business practice.
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