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Intrinsic motivation is

deliberate

2

Extrinsic motivation is

emergent

3

Draw big graph activeness

.

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Big graph CSR types

Inactive = Corporate Self-Responsibility
Reactive = Corporate social responsiveness
Active = Corporate Social Responsibility
Pro-active = Corporate societal responsibility

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3 Levels of analysis

1. Individual (mindset)
2. Organisational (Strategy)
3. Society (Issue)

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3 Biggest perception gaps

1. Transparency
2. Fair trade
3. Child Labor

7

3 Smallest perception gaps

1. Clean Environment
2. Animal Welfare
3. Safety

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3 components of CSR case

1. Legal (required)
2. Ethical (Expected)
3. Discretionary/Philanthropic (desired)

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4 Business case for CSR

1. Cost/risk reduction
2. Competitive advantage
3. Reputation and legitimization
4. win-win

10

triggering events draw

.

11

Financial tipping point is at

reactive

12

Power/Urgency/Legitimacy diagram

.

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2 Agency cost, and leads to

1. Monitoring cost
2. Bonding Cost
Leading to Residual cost/loss

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Opposite of Agency cost, narrow vs broad view

Fiduciary duty

capital provider, society

15

Public vs Private organization split

split on market

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Public vs Private good split

Split on civil

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Who makes club goods

1. Civil society organization (only)
2. state owned enterprise
3. Cooperative
4. Family owned firms

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Fiduciary duty order of complexity

1. Joint stock
2. Civil society
3. Government
4. state owned enterprise
5. Cooperative
6. Family owned firm
7. Social entrepreneurs

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Poor value proposition allignment

internal alignment

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rich value proposition

external alignment

21

define business model

organization structure to enact commercial opportunity

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Evolving approaches of role of business

Philanthropy -> Corporate social responsibility -> Creating shared value

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Shared value is found at the Nexus of

1. Social need
2. Business opportunities
3. Corporate assets/expertise

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Combining pure business and pure philantropy

Can 100% in one, but not both

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3 Tipping point examples

Ethical adjustment - ethical norm
Risk management - shared opportunity
Following opinions - setting agenda

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3g way on hiring

1. Poor
2. Smart
3. Want to get rich