December 11, 2019 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Economic vs. Sustainable Growth: Identifying the Essential Mission of Sustainable Economies

Do economies need to grow? Can developing countries grow sustainably? John Ikerd explores these questions and more on Talkback.

Community Development: Morgan Stanley Challenges Its Employees to Get Involved

Morgan Stanley earned top honors in the category of "employee civic growth" last year from The Civic 50. Jackie Norris investigates on Talkback.

Marketing to – and Connecting With – Your Next Billion

Visionary CMOs are engaging now to understand and connect with billions of their future customers. Four reasons why every CMO should be doing...

Noble Profit: A Moment with Ephigenie Banaynal dela Cruz, Microsoft

Creating a pre-K through 8th grade curriculum that has sustainability concepts as its cornerstone: Microsoft's Ephigenie Banaynal dela Cruz chats with Noble Profit.

The Collaborative Framework: From Social Contest to Social Body

Competition is so over; collaboration is the next new thing. Carrie Freeman and Michael Karlberg explain on Talkback.

One World Futbol: Saving Soccer in the Developing World

One World Futbol's soccer ball is virtually indestructible. For every ball sold, a second ball is donated to orgs working with underprivileged communities...

CSR Europe: Driving Corporate Sustainability through Social Innovation

Including Social Innovation into the innovation process to help companies increase their own sustainability: Intel's Dr. Thomas Osburg explains on Talkback.

Seven Principles: Developing New Social Enterprises with Benetech

Bringing social needs, software and entrepreneurship ship together to Create Good Work: Jim Fruchterman continues the Good Work series on Talkback.

Employee Engagement Lessons From Southwest Airlines

Southwest's founder Herb Kelleher once described his approach: "If you create an environment where the people truly participate, you don't need control."

Creating Good Work: Identifying Commonwealth-Building Healthy Economies

Organizing the commonwealth for a healthy economy - and a healthy profit. Ron Schultz continues the Creating Good Work series on Talkback.



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