Defining CSR in an Interconnected World

As the world continues to become more connected, companies are starting to realize the benefits they receive from becoming more socially responsible.

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Nearly every adult knows that the word “citizenship” and can offer up a reasonable definition. However, what about “corporate citizenship?”  What does it mean to be a good corporate citizen and practice corporate social responsibility (CSR)? In today's world, it is no longer acceptable for corporations to simply focus on the bottom line and stock prices. Now, businesses are expected to practice CSR and care about the society around them. Navigating this complex area in a way that both satisfies ones' shareholders and conscious can be challenging. Yet, the challenges and questions are more complex for those involved in the supply chain.

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