Assessing corporate social performance: linking strategy and stakeholders of the firm
chemicals, computers, corporate social performance, measurement, pharmaceuticals, social performance measurement, stakeholders, strategy
Global Business and Economics Review
This paper is an attempt to merge the concepts of social performance, strategy and stakeholders into a useful framework. The utility of the framework is meant to aid practitioners in making decisions and assessing the interplay of social performance, strategy and stakeholders in day-to-day managerial operations. In addition, we have proposed a model and approach that we believe are useful for future research. Finally, we propose a methodology for actual measurement of corporate social performance that is of value to practising managers and researchers. © 2005 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd
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Mahon, John F. and Wartick, Steven L., "Assessing corporate social performance: linking strategy and stakeholders of the firm" (2005). Faculty Publications. 2984.