An invitation to watch a slide presentation on Corporate Social Responsibility

Posted by Dr.J.Christopher / on 01/28/2018 / 3 Comments

I invite you to watch my slide presentation on Corporate Social Responsibility.Please follow the link at:

This slide presentation on 'Corporate Social Responsibility'has been prepared for Corporates,Social Enterprises, International funders, Foundations,Humanitarian workders, Nonprofits involved in CSR initiatives and students of M.B.A,M.S.W,NGO management and Social entrepreneurship programmes.

Your views and comments are most welcome. Thank you for watching!

Dr.J.Christopher Daniel




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  • Robert says:

    Dr Daniel,

    Thank you for sharing your student's slides. I recommend you and your students consider incorporating aspects of ISO 26000 and even some aspects of ISO 9001:2015. Take note of Clause 4 in the 2015 revision of 9001 which provides a crosswalk from the certifiable/auditable 9001 criteria to the non-auditable 26000 series. This is an important move of ISO and was in direct support of adding teeth (accountability) to the objectives of the U.N. SDGs for corporations and agencies seeking 9001 certifications of ISO Standards.

    I would also like to note that Andrea Hoffmeier (a member of AHN) is the co-founder of Sherpa Sustainability Institute and their branded Continual Improvement for Social Responsibility (CISR) methodology with certification courses available at the practitioner and expert levels. This course is an upskill for practical applications course for people at all levels to engage from entry-level to executive levels across industries and global cultures.
    more CISR info on next comment

    January 29, 2018 at 2:53 PM | Permalink

  • Robert says:

    For more information on CISR and the Sherpa Sustainability Institute use URL

    I highly recommend your students and professional colleagues find out more about gaining CISR certification. The course is, in fact, is advantageous for those who are in undergraduate to post-doctoral lifelong learning. A noteworthy area of emphasis is that sustainability should be profitable in for-profit organizations and it should save money and increase mission capability across nonprofit and government agencies. This outcome of profitability and increased mission capability/quality enhancement is the outcome of a rigorous and comprehensive approach to performance improvement utilizing the CISR branded methodology. Moreover, CISR projects should focus on making sustainability a part of the workflow rather than being viewed as something extra that an organization needs to do.

    Look up the website linked above and connect with Andrea Hoffmeier here on AHN for more information.
    Robert Reid

    January 29, 2018 at 3:04 PM | Permalink

  • Clarah says:

    Thank Dr C Daniel for sharing the slide CSR

    February 13, 2018 at 10:15 PM | Permalink


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