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CSR for Purpose, Shared Value and Deep Transformation: The New Responsibility

Virginia Munro
Griffith University, Australia


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Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781800430365
Published:
14 Sep 2020
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
344 pages - 152 x 229mm

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As we enter the Fourth Industrial Revolution and usher in Globalization 4.0, it is more urgent than ever to commit to social and environmental goals such as those outlined in the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The theory, research, and practice of concepts such as shared purpose, shared value, and corporate social responsibility have evolved rapidly in order to respond to such rapid transformations, but only in a scattershot, poorly understood way, with no single study offering an integrated view of these dramatic transitions. Emphasizing a global perspective, CSR for Purpose, Shared Value and Deep Transformation takes long-overdue stock of how such transformations are integrated within the trajectory of CSR’s core concepts. Taking a deep dive into social entrepreneurialism, social innovation, shared value, social impact, stakeholder engagement, and the development of the UN SDGs beyond 2030—and adopting an interdisciplinary approach driven by both academic and business discourse—Virginia Munro provides a framework for understanding the evolving role of the corporate dollar in the pursuit a global ecosystem that is more inclusive of all stakeholders. For its theoretical rigor as well as its easily digestible case studies, this book is a must-read for both researchers and students of CSR and its related concepts. Dr Virginia Munro who works on a CSR social initiatives, stakeholder engagement and impact at Griffith University, Australia. An award-winning researcher and writer, she has significant practitioner experience working in developing countries across both the Asia-Pacific and Middle East African regions.
Chapter 1. CSR Historical and Emerging Themes of CSR and Related Terms
Chapter 2. The Emergence of CSR Social Initiatives in a Research Setting 
Chapter 3. The Universal Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for Purpose and Change
Chapter 4. Creating Shared Value (CSV) for Social Initiatives and Shared Purpose 
Chapter 5. Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Solving Wicked Challenges Through CSR
Chapter 6. The Future of CSR and the New Ecosystem for CSR 4.0
Chapter 7. Overall Summary and Conclusion
Dr Virginia Munro who works on a CSR social initiatives, stakeholder engagement and impact at Griffith University, Australia. An award-winning researcher and writer, she has significant practitioner experience working in developing countries across both the Asia-Pacific and Middle East African regions. 

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