Do good, do well: why being a good corporate citizen matters

Janice O'Neill

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It is quickly becoming critical for companies to not only understand global trends, social challenges and the core competencies and strategies that are associated with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), but also essential to integrate them into their business models and operations. Being a good corporate citizen begins with embedding strategic priorities into a corporate culture, programming and goals through best practices in CSR areas, some of which include:

  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Data privacy 
  • Driving innovation
  • Compliance, ethics and anti-corruption 
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