Save the rain forest would still be from another palm oil plantation company certainly garner a favorable attention from environmentalists, but how would respond to his shareholders? Indicates that by strategically practicing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), a company “well by doing good”, in other words, it can make a profit and make the world a better place at the same time. CSR as a voluntary corporate commitment to exceed the explicit and implicit obligations imposed on a company viewed … Read more »

Save the rain forest would still be from another palm oil plantation company certainly garner a favorable attention from environmentalists, but how would respond to his shareholders? Indicates that by strategically practicing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), a company “well by doing good”, in other words, it can make a profit and make the world a better place at the same time. Viewed CSR as a voluntary corporate commitment to exceed the explicit and implicit obligations imposed on an undertaking by the Company’s expectations with normal commercial behavior. Therefore, CSR is a way to promote positive social trends to the basic social order, which we call the commitments made to improve the cover define both the legal framework and social conventions. With globalization, companies are now less basic order of society, as it is restricted in the past. Because different countries have different laws and standards, there are more ways to get away with less than ideal behavior in the pursuit of more profit. Almost everyone agrees that this is not a good thing, but what can be done? Provides an understanding of CSR, which could be the answer and argues that practicing CSR is not an altruistic do-gooding, but an opportunity for both companies and society to thrive. This is especially true if CSR is conceived as a long-range plan of action.
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Oliver Falck,
Stephan Heblich
Source: Business Horizons
8 pages.
Release Date: 15, May 2007. Prod #: BH235-PDF-ENG
Corporate Social Responsibility: Doing Well by Doing Good HBR case solution