Corporate Citizenship provides comprehensive foundation that equips students with the tools to analyse the development and implementation of globally responsible business behavior. While corporate citizenship may be a theoretical and philosophical subject, this textbook offers a broad range of examples and situations that give students the opportunity to apply their knowledge in a critical manner within a business context.

Corporate Citizenship provides comprehensive foundation that equips students with the tools to analyse the development and implementation of globally responsible business behavior. While corporate citizenship may be a theoretical and philosophical subject, this textbook offers a broad range of examples and situations that give students the opportunity to apply their knowledge in a critical manner within a business context.

Features

  • Current issues pertaining to corporate governance
  • Dilemma boxes throughout the chapter to illustrate real-life problems students might face in future work environments
  • Local examples and case studies from southern Africa to ensure students have a relevant context for the theory
  • Key terms and concepts highlighted throughout the chapter
  • Example boxes throughout the chapter to illustrate theoretical concepts, using local examples
  • Learning outcomes which are linked to the chapter
  • Opening Case Scenario which sets the scene for topics to be discussed in the chapter
  • List of further readings per chapter to enhance the student's knowledge regarding the subject matter.

Part 1: Context
1Introduction to corporate citizenship
2Sustainable development and climate change
3Evolution of corporate citizenship
4Rationale of corporate citizenship
Part 2: How
5Responsible leadership
6Risk management in corporate governance
7Strategic management and competitive advantage
8Stakeholder engagement
9Management of business ethics
Part 3: Implementation
10Sustainable procurement and supply chain management
11Operations and logistics management
12The human resource function and corporate citizenship
13Marketing management
14Financial management
Part 4: Critical perspectives and conclusion
15Conclusion
For senior undergraduate students at universities and universities of technology, who are studying subjects within the field of Commerce.
  • Corporate Citizenship



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