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Javier Elenes, Business Consultant, Mexico
The raison dŽetre of an Organization is to CREATE VALUE: - MVA (Market Value Added, - EVA (Economical Value added) and - HVA (Human Value added) To comply with all the stakeholders (customers, shareholders, personnel, and society) So consider to use CSER instead CSR. As managing director of a bearing company in Mexico named CLEVITE DE MEXICO our first basic policy stated: Comply with our SocioEconomic Responsibilities to the members of the company and society (customers, shareholders. personnel and society). - The customers expect to receive value for the price - The shareholders expect to receive a reasonable return on investment - The personnel expect a job that satisfies their economical and social needs - The society expect our firm to be a good corporate citizen (create jobs, pay taxes and take care of ecological environment. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  mohamed hesham khattab, Management Consultant, Egypt

CSER is Better

I agree CSER is more general and better expressing (...)

  Javier Elenes, Business Consultant, Mexico

Thanks for your Comment 'CSER is Better'

@: Thanks for your reaction "CSER is better". As y (...)

  Javier Elenes, Business Consultant, Mexico

Complying with Corporate Social-Economic Responsibilities

Complying with both responsibilities, ECONOMIC and (...)

  Javier Elenes, Business Consultant, Mexico

You the Head of an Organization are the Driver and Shall Drive

You, the head of an organization are the driver... (...)

  Suman Rao, Turnaround Manager, India

CSER - a Fantastic Idea!

I think looking at CSER rather than CSR is a fanta (...)

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