Strategy, Ethics, and Social Responsibility
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This paper defines corporate social responsibility and its effect on the corporation's stakeholders. It also suggests ideas that can be incorporated into a socially responsible corporate strategy. The paper concludes with discussing areas of concern for businesses.
From the Paper:"The meltdown and collapse of Enron, WorldCom, Tyco, Global Crossing and Arthur Andersen, and the huge payouts to top officers have flooded the headlines over the past two years. Every time we thought we had heard it all, we were shocked by yet another scandal involving lots of money and lots of denials of wrongdoing. The same processes are in place when financial records are cooked, tobacco executives testify that nicotine is not addictive, the airlines insist that security is being improved, or Ford executives tell you that Explorers are safe. The predominant attitude in corner offices seems to be to grab all the money you can, while you can, and don't worry about little things like ethics, morals or the law."
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