Innovative CSR: From Risk Management to Value Creation
This book aims to explore, inspire and support creative, innovative and strategic CSR. 'Innovation' in this book means new products, services and technologies and, in addition, new organisational and institutional systems, structures and new business models that empower the organisation to advance strategically in an ever more competitive business world. Both research and practice show that CSR has mainly been approached in terms of value protection and risk management, where the main objective has been to protect companies' existing assets or avoid scandals. Therefore, in many cases where CSR remains at the forefront of business activity, it does not lead to fundamental changes and is not yet integrated as a strategic component where it could create value, generate new ideas and open new opportunities.

Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing in association with GSE Research

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