Corporate Accountability versus Corporate Social Responsibility


 
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Corporate Accountability versus Corporate Social Responsibility
D Zhang, Teacher, Member
How to differentiate the concepts of corporate accountability and corporate social responsibility?
From my understanding:
- Corporate Accountability (CA) is more like a legal obligation that companies have to follow, it is required, non-voluntary
- Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) refers to any attempt to get corporations to behave responsibly on a voluntary basis, out of either ethical or bottom-line considerations....Sign up
 

 
Corporate Accountability versus Corporate Responsibility
bimal bk, Student (MBA), Nepal, Member
Yes, in my view CA is externally forced upon firms by such stakeholders like: human rights organizations, unions, development and environment organiza...Sign up
 

 
Corporate Accountability versus Corporate Social Responsibility
ROMULO Moraes, Manager, Brazil, Member
@bimal bk: I agree with you. And we must make sure that the customers feels the diference too!...Sign up
 

 
Corporate Accountability versus Corporate Social Responsibility
Girish L. Chhagani, Coach, India, Member
Corporate accountability is indeed compulsory in nature. It deals with reporting transparently the true and fair utilization of its corporate resource...Sign up
 

 
Corporate Accountability V Corporate Responsibility
Susan Power Bergin, Business Consultant, Ireland, Member
Corporate accountability is about running your operations openly and honestly, from every level of the organization.
In the event an audit is und...Sign up
 

 
 


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