Corporate Social Responsibility

Course overview

Corporate social responsibility, or CSR, is the idea that a business has a responsibility to the society that exists around it. It's a form of self-regulation where an organization contributes to societal goals through philanthropy or activism, for example. CSR may seem like a lot of effort with little to no profit to show for it, but it has many benefits to an organization that affect revenue in the long term. In this course, we'll talk about what those benefits are, go over the four basic approaches to enacting CSR programs, and discuss how to put those methods into action
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