One benefit of an Ivy League school is their resources. Take for instance, Harvard.
By utilizing their resources (professors, business connections, research staff, reputation etc.) Harvard Business School is now a premier leader in providing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) trends and issues.
They have the Harvard Kennedy School’s Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative and an Executive Education CSR program, Plus, this week the Harvard Business Report blog featured a CSR post that was reprinted by the Wall Street Journal, the Law for Change, Governance Focus, Ethics Can, and now me.
If your company is interested in embracing CSR, consider Harvard’s advice and explore these four elements:
- Employee Engagement
- Cause Marketing
- Skeptical Consumer
- Board-Level Involvement
To read the full post, visit HBR.