Topic Overview: Corporate Social Responsibility
July 11, 2008
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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a topic is currently enjoying the limelight in shareholder meetings, political debate, industry events, advertising space, and other arenas throughout business and popular culture. Corporations worldwide are feeling pressure to respond to this trend, although questions of what to do and how much to commit persist. Forrester views CSR through the eyes of many different roles, helping clients to develop CSR strategies, share and coordinate best practices, and leverage existing and burgeoning technologies to facilitate its execution.
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Table of Contents
- Defining Corporate Social Responsibility
- Why Corporate Social Responsibility Matters
- Forrester's Take On Corporate Social Responsibility
- The Basics
- Best Practices
- Trends And Forecasts
- Vendor And Product Comparisons
- Related Topics
- Upcoming Research
- For More Information
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