CSR Models in Companies

In doing some research for our presentation about CSR today, I came across a wide range of CSR model developed by companies we know and some we know less.  I thought it would be nice to share some of the ones I though explained well their approach to CSR.  It is nice to see that a wide range of companies in very different industries are considering investing in CSR and practicing good CSR management.

KPMG India, accounting firm

http://www.in.kpmg.com/services/Tax/ADS/ads_csr.asp

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Panasonic, electronic company

http://www.panasonic.net/ir/annual/2007/html/10_csr/index.html

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Singapore Government

http://www.pub.gov.sg/about/Pages/CorporateSocialResponsibility.aspx

csr-singapore gov

SMFG (Sumitomo Mitsui banking Corporation), Japanese banking company

http://www.smfg.co.jp/english/responsibility/vision/

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Others:

Marubeni-Itochu Steel Inc., Asian steel company

http://www.benichu.com/english/csr/

 NTT group, an Asian telegraph and telephone corporation

http://www.ntt.co.jp/ir/library_e/nttis/2005aut/csr.html

 & many more….

Looking at all of these models and others, we can see how stakeholder value prevails in all of these graphical CSR model and vision.  The environment and social community are important aspects, and having the all stakeholders (customers, employees, community, partners, etc.) involved in the system are central in implementing good CSR practices.  The shareholder is still part of the system, but the value added and impact is on all stakeholders.

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One comment on “CSR Models in Companies
  1. jeremy says:

    Nice post. To have a framework (in whatever shape or form) is important if a strategy based on sustainability is to be justified and understood by all stakeholders. Importantly – from a commercial perspective – the outcomes of the strategy should be measurable.

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