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Sustainable Value: How the World's Leading Companies Are Doing Well by Doing Good

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In Sustainable Value, Chris Laszlo illustrates how the competitive strategies of some of the world's largest businesses are changing as their leaders begin to take on a number of the world's most important social, environmental, and economic issues.

Part I of the book is a management fable about a young CEO and the challenges she faces in addressing her company's impact on
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Hardcover, 208 pages
Published January 16th 2008 by Stanford Business Books
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Robin Woodcock
Good read for someone who wants a primer on corporate social responsibility, and one that won't take you too long. The book is divided into three parts -- Part 1 is a corporate fable of sorts that chronicles one business-exec-gone-green, Part 2 features corporate case studies, + Part 3 offers takeaways and an action plan for integrating CSR into a company. I recommend it.
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Read this book for a CSR class at Georgetown University. Some good lessons and steps for setting up a CSR program at a firm.
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