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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 00:53.

CSR Europe has launched its website toolbox on different aspects of corporate social responsibility. It is a huge resource for companies seeking information, standards, policies and practices in a number of key areas of responsible business practice. The content is the outcome of a series of CSR "laboratories" that were carried out by different working groups of companies and other organisations on a series of different issues. The projects were meant to "explore innovative models of business-stakeholder co-operation and produce practical tools for tackling CSR challenges". The content of the toolbox is grouped under five themes which cover business models, communication, sustainable practices, skills, and workplace issues. So, for example, the section focusing on sustainable practices (headed 'Sustainable Production and Consumption - Treading Lightly') includes tools on eco-efficiency, a focus on the financial sector, and sustainable marketing. It gives information on best practices on the environment and mainstreaming CSR, and gives news updates on the same.
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 00:52.

2002 was a year that inherited a good many rumbles from the previous year. The full implications of the corporate governance debacles of Enron and Worldcom were still working their way through the system, but awareness was high that all the rules had changed. The only thing people didn't know was just how far, or how quickly, things would go. Individuals were called to account through the year, and many articles and enquiries opined about the long term implications for business in general, and corporate social responsibility in particular. Easy comments that Enron - which had maintained a profile of socially responsible community involvement - discredited the CSR movement gave way to a better considered understanding of the breadth of the elements that made up a responsible business. Integrity, ethics and corporate governance had to be the complementary characteristics that supported business programs to improve impact on society. Either without the other gave a false picture. This was a lesson that emerged from the speeches and articles of business leaders and legislators through the year.
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 00:15.

Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMI) is pleased to announce a sponsorship by JetBlue Airways of the CSR Performance Summit 2009. The low-cost airline will sponsor the event as part of its Jetting to Green program. The Summit, hosted by GSMI, takes place in New York City on May 11-13, 2009, and is the only event focused on corporate social responsibility and performance management. It will feature case studies, panels, and networking sessions with executives from some of the top responsible companies, including Dell, Jones Lang LaSalle, Campbell Soup Company, Sodexo, Office Depot, Seventh Generation, FedEx, and Waste Management. "We feel fortunate to have a terrific partner in JetBlue, who shares our vision for environmental and social responsibility and can help us to provide an excellent forum for professionals to share best practices, innovative approaches and solutions to common challenges in the field," said GSMI President Luke Vinci. "JetBlue believes in volunteering our services and promoting education about the environment and preservation of our planet," said Icema Gibbs, director corporate social responsibility for JetBlue Airways. "The CSR Performance Summit is an important opportunity for companies to strengthen their corporate responsibility programs, and we're pleased to be a part of it."
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 00:13.

Five talented graduate students have been awarded attendance grants to attend the CSR Performance Summit, the only event where corporate social responsibility meets performance management. Hosted by the Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMI) and taking place in New York City May 11-13, 2009, the CSR Performance Summit will feature case studies, panels, and networking sessions with executives from some of the top responsible companies, including Dell, Jones Lang LaSalle, Campbell Soup Company, Sodexo, Office Depot, Seventh Generation, FedEx, and Waste Management. "These students will have the rare opportunity to meet and learn from top professionals in CSR, and to learn from real examples of the challenges and successes of those in the field," said GSMI President Luke Vinci. "They will come away with cutting-edge strategies, tools, and best practices at the cutting-edge of the field."
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 00:10.

March 23, 2009, San Diego, CA - In today's economy, executives in corporate social responsibility (CSR) must rise to the challenges of performing better with less, proving benefit to the company's bottom line and boosting strategic goals. The CSR Performance Summit, hosted by the Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMI) and taking place in New York City May 11-13, 2009, will focus on the skills, tools and case studies to help CSR professionals meet these challenges. Sponsored by Dell and Net Impact in partnership with Dell, the conference will provide timely, practical information that CSR professionals can't afford to miss. Participants will solidify their CSR foundation, refine communications strategies, and arm themselves with ideas to maximize their efforts, creating better, stronger programs and companies. "We're pleased to offer this event just when the field needs it most, and grateful for terrific partners like Dell and NetImpact," said GSMI President Luke Vinci. "With the focus on strategy, innovation, and results, this conference is a perfect way for executives to raise the bar for their CSR programs and their business."
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