Corporate Citizenship Perspectives

Corporate Citizen Magazine Issue 23: Resilience, Responsibility, Results

Posted by Patricia MacKenzie, Director of Marketing & Communications on Jan 10, 2018 11:41:33 AM

The Winter 2018 issue of the Corporate Citizen Magazine, “Resilience, Responsibility, Results,” is now available!


In this issue, you’ll learn about companies that have cultivated resilience, committed themselves to continued corporate responsibility efforts, and are—thanks to all of their hard work—seeing tremendous results in their bottom line, within their company culture, and in the communities where their employees live and work.

Highlights include:

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Topics: Sustainability, Value of Corporate Citizenship, Education, Business to Business (B to B), Change, Signature Programs

Securing a sustainable supply chain: lessons from CSR research

Posted by Stewart Rassier, Director of Executive Education on Oct 13, 2015 12:04:00 PM

A company’s corporate citizenship impact extends beyond its headquarters. To address environmental, social, and governance issues effectively, CSR professionals today must look beyond their own operations and deep into their supply chain. How and where are materials sourced? How are the components of products developed? What are the environmental and human rights ramifications of those processes? Issues as serious as child labor, conflict minerals, and climate change can only be effectively tackled when a company’s commitments to corporate citizenship and reporting are adopted by their suppliers and partners.

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Topics: Materiality, Supply Chain Management, Triple Bottom Line, Best Practices, Business to Business (B to B), Business to Consumer (B to C)

Philanthropy for B2B Companies: A practical communication guide

Posted by on Feb 24, 2014 7:18:02 AM

We’ve all heard it before: “Corporate responsibility is not as important in B2B companies!” “B2B companies don’t have to talk about their corporate citizenship”, or even, “we can’t build our brand reputation with CSR like a B2C company can.”

We know that business to business companies do face unique challenges in communicating their corporate citizenship efforts. It is particularly challenging to focus communication on what your clients and main constituents most want to know. Unlike your B2C counterparts, your clients all have their own clients and corporate citizenship priorities to honor. So how can B2B companies strike the balance between the interesting story and the story their clients want to hear? Is anyone even listening?

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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Philanthropy, Communication, Business to Business (B to B), Business to Consumer (B to C)

Breakout sessions for the 2014 International Corporate Citizenship Conference just announced

Posted by kerin.sikorski on Nov 20, 2013 4:30:33 AM

The Boston College 2014 International Corporate Citizenship Conference is your chance to learn from and interact with some of the top corporate citizenship practitioners from around the world. This year’s conference will take place in Los Angeles, California on March 23-25.

We promise to bring you a conference packed with general sessions, breakout sessions, and workshops that will provide insights, proven success stories, and practical takeaways. The only hard part will be choosing which sessions to attend!

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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Reporting, Supply Chain, Leadership, Engagement, Professional Development, Business to Business (B to B)

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