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Creating Business Value through Social Impact is More Effective when Corporate Citizenship is Built-in, not Bolted-on

Positive social impact, the result of a company’s efforts to do good directed towards solutions to important problems, is more impactful when a company integrates those efforts with their core competencies and through their products and services. Many corporations’ efforts … Continue reading

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Seeing Opportunity in Reputation Risk

Whatever the cause of a reputational hit, boards are liable to be held accountable and can mitigate their own reputation risk by diligently asking the right questions about the company’s ESG and CR strategies, practices, risk management, crisis preparedness, and … Continue reading

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How CSR Magic Helped Make Shanghai Disney Resort Possible

Today Shanghai Disney Resort opens to the world. From afar, the $5.5 billion project looks spectacular and I congratulate all of my friends and colleagues who have worked to make this a reality.  It’s been a 15 plus year journey, … Continue reading

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