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The Resource 21st Century Corporate Citizenship : A Practical Guide to Delivering Value to Society and your Business

21st Century Corporate Citizenship : A Practical Guide to Delivering Value to Society and your Business

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21st Century Corporate Citizenship : A Practical Guide to Delivering Value to Society and your Business
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21st Century Corporate Citizenship
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A Practical Guide to Delivering Value to Society and your Business
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This book presents a step-by-step process aimed at helping you create the most successful business possible in the 21st century competitive landscape, empowering corporate citizenship professionals to accelerate their credibility within their company as an effective contributor who understands their company's strategy and who creates value
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21st Century Corporate Citizenship : A Practical Guide to Delivering Value to Society and your Business
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21st Century Corporate Citizenship : A Practical Guide to Delivering Value to Society and your Business
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Contents
  • Front Cover -- 21st Century Corporate Citizenship: A Practical Guide to Delivering Value to Society and Your Business -- Contents -- Figures, Tables, Sidebars, and Notes from the Field -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- The Practical Guide -- The Corporate Citizenship Challenge -- Notes -- Section 1 Laying the Foundation and Creating Your Basic Tools -- 1 Connecting Corporate Citizenship to Business Purpose -- What This Has to Do with You -- Business Purpose, Vision, and Strategy -- How Does Your Corporate Citizenship Program Support Your Company's Purpose and Strategy? -- What Makes Your Company Unique? -- How Do You Differentiate Your Corporate Citizenship Program? -- Mapping Your Business Process Flow -- Create Your Map -- Your Competition -- What We've Covered -- 10 Questions to Answer Before You Move On -- Notes -- 2 Creating Advantage in Your Marketplace -- Creating Advantage with Your Products and Services -- How Customers Relate to What You Produce or Provide -- Building a Self-Assessment Strategy -- What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stronger: Working with Challenging Stakeholders -- If You Can't Differentiate, Collaborate -- Managing the Process -- Creating Advantage by Working with Values-Screened Investors -- Pulling It All Together -- What We've Covered -- 10 Questions to Answer Before You Move On -- Notes -- 3 Of the People, for the People, by the People -- Stakeholders are the Reason Corporate Citizenship Programs Can't be a One-Size-Fits-All -- How Your Audiences and Stakeholder Groups Affect Your Business Value Creation -- Employees -- Ages and Stages -- Consumers -- Investors -- Suppliers -- Government -- Environment -- How Your Corporate Citizenship Program Can Affect Your Stakeholders -- Stakeholders Before Issues -- Keep Scanning the Horizon -- Your Most Important Stakeholder Group -- What We've Covered
  • 10 Questions to Answer Before You Move On -- Notes -- 4 Connecting Corporate Citizenship to Business Strategy -- What Is Strategy? -- What Is a Corporate Business Strategy? -- Economic Logic -- Competitors -- Customers -- Supply Chain -- Market Arena -- Your Own Company's Strategy -- How Do You Find Out About Your Company's Strategy? -- Connecting Your Corporate Citizenship to Your Business Strategy -- Which Assets Are Most Important? -- Issue Focus -- Competitive Advantage -- Program Development -- Damage Control -- Mobilize Against a Threat -- Presenting Your Work -- Executive Summary -- Situational Analysis -- Objectives -- Strategic Plan -- Budgets -- Don't Forget the "Because" -- Make Sure You've Covered All Your Bases -- What We've Covered -- 10 Questions to Answer Before You Move On -- Notes -- 5 How to Set Up and Organize Your Corporate Citizenship Program -- The Importance of Networks and Influence -- The Right Strategy -- The Right People -- The Right Structure -- The Right Processes -- The Right Metrics and Incentives -- Metrics and Measurement -- The Only Constant is Change -- Pulling It All Together -- What We've Covered -- 10 Questions to Answer Before You Move On -- Notes -- Section 2 Getting Results Across Your Business -- 6 The Importance of Your Supply Chain and Procurement Function -- How to Map Out Your Supply Chain -- Working with Codes and Standards of Conduct -- Legal or Not? -- Integrating Your Corporate Citizenship Strategy with Your Procurement Team's Work -- Moving from Risk to Reward -- People Are at the Heart of Your Supply Chain -- What We've Covered -- 10 Questions to Answer Before You Move On -- Notes -- 7 Creating a More Sustainable Operation -- Setting Your Baseline Metrics -- Energy -- Water -- Waste -- Bringing Your Metrics Together -- How to Turn Your Baseline Data into Goals and Targets -- Context-Based Goals
  • Employee Health and Well-Being -- Buildings and Facilities -- Travel and Transportation -- Sustainable Packaging -- The Cycle of Innovation -- What We've Covered -- 10 Questions to Answer Before You Move On -- Notes -- 8 Defining and Managing Your Corporate Giving Program -- When Is Small Big? -- Trends in Employee Giving -- Provide Engagement Opportunities for Varying Employee Segments -- Leverage Technology to Drive Engagement -- Moving to Strategic Giving -- Does Your Company Need to Establish a Charitable Foundation? -- Developing Strategic Partnerships with Nonprofits -- Gifts Driven by Reciprocity -- Managing and Measuring Your Diverse Portfolio -- The Value of Employee Volunteer Programs -- Employees May be More Motivated by the Opportunity to Do Well Than to Do Good -- Amplifying Employee Efforts as Part of Your Company's Commitment to the Community -- Make It Easier -- Legacy Relationships -- What We've Covered -- Questions to Answer Before You Move On -- Notes -- Section 3 Pulling It All Together -- 9 If a Sustainably Harvested Tree Falls in the Forest and There Is No One There to Hear It {u2026} Getting Your Message Across -- How to Create a Compelling Call to Action -- Cathedral Thinking -- What We've Covered -- 10 Questions to Answer Before You Move On -- Notes -- 10 Building On Your Success -- Using External Reporting and Disclosure to Your Advantage -- Integrated Reporting -- Leveraging Your Reports -- Working Yourself Out of a Job - The Power of Integration -- The Value of Corporate Citizenship -- What We've Covered -- 10 Questions to Answer Before You Move On -- List of Key Terms -- Corporate Citizenship Glossary -- References -- Index
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