Voluntary Corporate Social Responsibility: The Power of Convictions (via Juan Villamayor – A Touch Of Green)

October 28, 2010

Very interesting article on the nature of Corporate Social Responsibility found on Juan Villamayor’s blog (Economist/MBA with an international approach and expert on sustainability/CSR):

Lately I have been very interested in the discussion whether Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) should be mandatory (forced by the government) or voluntary (as part of corporate strategy). First of all a couple of remarks: CSR (as well as all kind of responsibility) is per definition voluntary. Whether you are responsible or not, it’s the consequence of a choice you are taking. We have to put everything in its context: What applies for Spain, … Read More

via Juan Villamayor – A Touch Of Green

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