This turned out to be a school paper. It is simply written and not entirely accurate on some points, but lays out some items and references fairly well.
Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship (BCCC)
UN Global Compact is an example of a non-profit organization that is created to focus on corporate social responsibility. 10 principles:
the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The ISO comprises of a network of guidelines that is developed by institutes of 162 countries around the world. Public and privates sectors come together to develop this social responsibility guideline (ISO 26000) that helps organizations of all sizes around the world to practice corporate social responsibility strategies.
The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship and the Reputation Institute has been evaluating and ranking American companies on their level of corporate social responsibility for the past four years. The rankings and ratings are based on three factors: 1) citizenship – is the company socially responsible, 2) governance – transparency and 3) ethical business standards – employee satisfaction and paid a decent wage, and workplace.
Term: Cause-related marketing (CRM) is a method that companies use to inform consumers about how corporate social responsibility plays a role in the management and company overall.
Survey results, several on what motivates managers to CSR.
(Pinney, 2009) developed a Corporate Citizenship Management Framework (CCMF)
Johnson and Johnson, J Crew, Estee Lauder are discussed.
Interesting. His footnotes are noting but Internet addresses. Times have changed.
3 8-week courses. Good intro to CSR looks like. online. 800-457-6959 $4752
European commission CSR. Oops, also not education. http://www.iisd.org/business/issues/sr.aspx
International Institute for Sustainable Development. come back and look at this. It is actually an online unit of education with case studies. Looks like links to a lot of good info as well.