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Corporate Social Responsibility课程论文定制:一个中小企业成为全球企业公民证据的个案研究-Can an SME Become a Global Corporate Citizen? Evidence from a Case Study

论文作者:留学生论文网论文属性:案例分析 Case Study登出时间:2011-07-27编辑:anterran点击率:5059

论文字数:8412论文编号:org201107271414375915语种:英语论文 English地区:挪威价格:$ 66

关键词:business–government partnershipcommongoodethics of careethics-drivenCorporate Social Responsibility课程论文定制挪威

摘要:留学生Corporate Social Responsibility课程论文定制,全球企业公民(海合会)继续成为越来越受欢迎的大公司。然而,这一概念已很少被考虑在中小型企业(中小企业)。挪威服装公司为例说明表明海湾合作委员会也可以应用于小公司。

Corporate Social Responsibility课程论文定制,Can an SME Become a Global Corporate Citizen? Evidence from a Case Study
Heidi von Weltzien Hoivik
Dome`nec Mele´
ABSTRACT. Global Corporate Citizenship (GCC)continues to become increasingly popular in large corporations.
However, this concept has rarely been consideredin small and medium size enterprises (SMEs). Acase study of a Norwegian clothing company illustrateshow GCC can be also applied to small companies. Thiscase study also shows that SMEs can be very innovative inexercising corporate citizenship, without necessarily followingthe patterns of large multinational companies. Thecompany studied engages as partner in some voluntarylabor initiatives promoted by the government, employspeople in marginal situations, and exerts influence for theadoption of good working conditions in its supply chain.Environmental issues and actions of solidarity are alsoconsidered within a global scope. Ethics of care andconcern for specific aspects of the common good seemcrucial as GCC drivers in this company, as do personalvalues, character, and leadership of the owner-manager ofthe firm.
KEY WORDS: business–government partnership, commongood, ethics of care, ethics-driven corporate social responsibility, global corporate citizenship, societalresponsibility, Chinese factories, SMEs, supply chain,authentic ethical leadership, inclusiveness
ABBREVIATIONS: CSR: Corporate social responsibility;CEO: Chief Executive Officer; GCC: GlobalCorporate Citizenship; SMEs: Small and medium sizeenterprises; ILO: International labor organization; IEH:Initiative for ethical trade; IW-Agreement: Inclusiveworkplace agreement
Global Corporate Citizenship (GCC) continues tobecome increasingly popular in large corporations. Amilestone for introducing this concept took place inJanuary 2002, during the World Economic Forum inNew York, when 46 CEOs of the world’s largestmultinational corporations signed a document entitled‘‘Global Corporate Citizenship – the LeadershipChallenge for CEOs and Boards.’’1 It emphasizedthat business leadership processes focusing on thecompany’s impact on society and its relationshipswith stakeholders are not ‘add-ons’ but fundamentalto core business operations. Klaus Schwab, currentExecutive Chair of the World Economic Forum,clarified that ‘‘Global Corporate Citizenship goesbeyond the concepts of corporate philanthropy,including social investing; corporate social responsibility;and corporate social entrepreneurship in that
it entails focusing on ‘the global space,’ which isincreasingly shaped by forces beyond the control of
nation-states.’’ (2008, p. 114).
Heidi von Weltzien Høivik is a professor of Business Ethics and
Leadership at the Norwegian School of Management. She is a
Fellow of the Harvard Executive Program of the Institute of
Education Management, and a Fellow of the Harvard
Program on International Negotiations. She has served asexecutive member of the Caux Round Table, of Transparency
International Norway, and of the International Societyfor Business, Ethics and Economics (ISBEE). For 8 years
she was president of the European Business Ethics Networkand was honored for her work with an honorary doctoratedegree. Among her publications her book Moral Leadershipin Action, Building and Sustaining Moral Competence in
European Organizations (2002) stands out.
Dome`nec Mele´ is a professor of Business Ethics and holds theChair of Business Ethics at IESE Business Schoo论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。

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