Return on Investment in Corporate Responsibility: Measuring the Social, Economic, and Environmental Value of Sustainable Business

Cesar Saenz
ESAN University, Peru

Product Details
23 Apr 2018
Emerald Publishing Limited
184 pages - 129 x 198mm
Emerald Points
In today’s climate, companies must be economically successful and at the same time take social responsibility. Author Cesar Sandro Saenz Acosta introduces a new SROIM (Social Return on Investment Management) model, to design and measure the social value created by companies. SROIM is a framework for tracking, understanding, measuring, and reporting the social, economic and environmental value created by a project, a program, or a business. This value creation can be done: 
  • Before the project is initiated 
  • During design and development, to plan for maximum value. 
  • During implementation, so that maximum value can be attained. 
  • During post-analysis, to assess the delivered value against the anticipated value.  
Acosta presents a methodological approach that can be replicated throughout an organization, to demonstrate a company’s creation of value through the social return of the investment.
Chapter 1. Introduction  
Chapter 2. Understanding the Philosophy of the SROIM 
Chapter 3. The SROIM Model 
Chapter 4. The SROIM Model in Detail 
Chapter 5. Case Studies 
Chapter 6. Integrating the Social Programs
Cesar Sandro Saenz Acosta: Doctor in Business Administration, with specialization in Social Responsibility from ESADE Spain. Master in Business Administration from ESAN with exchange at Rotterdam University in the Netherlands. Engineer from the National University of Engineering. He is the Author of the SROIM methodology, Management of Social Return on Investment, with successful results from its application to public and private sector companies. Professor hired by ESAN University in Social Responsibility courses and SROIM. He is currently the Manager of SIMG Center, applying this new methodology in companies in the hydrocarbon, mining and industrial sectors.
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