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Strange Bedfellows

Strange Bedfellows

December 01, 2001 Analysing the media's handling of the latest CSR critic, and that well-worn question about where corporate responsibility stops, and government responsibility starts, Roger Cowe finds some curious points of agreement. Read more >
Roger Cowe: don’t let me be misunderstood

Roger Cowe: don’t let me be misunderstood

October 01, 2001 If corporate social responsibility is not clearly presented to the media, is it any wonder when it is not clearly represented by the media? In the second of his regular features, Roger Cowe examines what needs to be done if companies are going to get their message across. Read more >
Putting society on the boardroom agenda

Putting society on the boardroom agenda

April 01, 2001 Issues of corporate responsibility are becoming more integral to the management agenda of many leading companies. Jane Nelson looks at what this means for both the boardroom and community affairs specialists. Read more >
Leading from the top

Leading from the top

February 01, 2001 The spotlight is turning on senior executives: senior executives: not what they say, but what they actually do when it comes to structures for leadership and management of corporate social responsibility. Read more >
Bill Cockburn: making an impact

Bill Cockburn: making an impact

December 01, 2000 BT’s UK managing director says the Business Impact Task Force report, published in November at the CBI conference, marks a milestone in corporate social responsibility in the UK – and he wants every company, small or large, now to respond by taking action. Read more >
Managing and measuring to achieve impact

Managing and measuring to achieve impact

December 01, 2000 After two years’ work, the Business Impact Task Force has published its guide on how companies can measure and report their impact on society. Alison Gulliford talks to Mallen Baker, BITC’s new Impact on Society director, about the report and how companies can take up its findings. Read more >
Partnerships for progress

Partnerships for progress

December 01, 2000 As Europe embraces corporate social responsibility, a five-year grand plan for ‘human progress’ is launched. Now with EU enlargement coming, the pace of change can only quicken. Read more >