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- AMI VIEWPOINT. Crowe, Mark // B&T Weekly;Feb2004 Supplement, p5
Focuses on issues related to business ethics. Importance of ethics in strengthening the role of marketing in business transactions; Efforts to emphasize the ethical issues of corporate governance; Demand for transparent corporate governance practices.
- Business done right. Schwab, Robert // ColoradoBiz;Mar2004, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p38
Discusses several issues concerning business ethics and relationships of trust with employees and clients that are essential to business success. Social responsibility of businesses to affect the community in a positive way; Seven signs of an ethical business; Implications on management and...
- Who or what is the cause of aggravation? Not you, of course! Gitomer, Jeffrey // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;5/18/2012, p7
The author discusses the elements on how companies eliminate aggravation, complaints, and anger from customers which include attitude of acceptance, attitude of reception and attitude of taking responsibility.
- Rï¿½GULATION DE LA VIE PRIVï¿½E : STRATï¿½GIE GAGNANT-GAGNANT. STEVENS, �ric; MAUL�ON, Fabrice // Revue Franï¿½aise du Marketing;mar2010, Issue 226, p31
- Behaviour = trust. Clarke, Barry // Brand Strategy;Mar2004, Issue 180, p34
Discusses the role of marketing in social responsibility. Factors that affect public impressions of companies; Correlation between brand name and company name; Emergence of cause-related marketing; Challenges for marketing in customer service relationship activities.
- Someone to watch over me: The integration of privacy and corporate social responsibility. Allen, Alexis M.; Peloza, John // Business Horizons;Nov2015, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p635
Firmsâ€™ relationships with key stakeholders are increasingly threatened by privacy concerns. Given the role of firm corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives in strengthening and enhancing these relationships, this article examines the intersection between privacy issues and CSR...
- The Importance of Corporate Social Responsibility and Its Limits. Ángeles Gil Estallo, María; Giner de-la Fuente, Fernando; Gríful-Miquela, Carles // International Advances in Economic Research;Aug2007, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p379
Companies are, in a broad sense, a group of different agents that have a relationship with shareholders, citizens, providers, and customers. In other words, they are known as stakeholders. Corporate social responsibility may help to establish clear boundaries among the different interests of the...
- Measuring corporate social responsibility towards employees. Remi�ov�, Anna; B�ciov�, Zuzana // Journal for East European Management Studies;2012, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p273
The paper presents a new methodology for measuring a corporate social responsibility (CSR) level based on the Integrative model of CSR. According to the model, which reflects European theoretical fundamentals of CSR, a company cannot be viewed as socially responsible if it does not accept at...
- BUSINESS ETHICS, CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY. NICOLĂESCU, EUGEN // Journal of Self-Governance & Management Economics;2013, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p86
The theory that I shall seek to elaborate here puts considerable emphasis on the role of corporate governance in improving business ethics, ethics failings in the business world, and overtly ethics-based influences on corporate governance.