 Profit People Planet Who is the Manager of the Planet Earth
CorporateSocialResponsibilitySeriously considering the impact ofa company’s actions on society.Requires the individual to ...
ResponsibilitySocietalExpectationExamplesEconomic RequiredBe profitable. Maximize sales,minimize costs.Legal RequiredObey ...
Philanthropic ResponsibilitiesBe a good corporate citizen.Ethical ResponsibilitiesBe ethical.Legal ResponsibilitiesObey th...
IRRESPONSILBEBEHAVIORSELF CONTROLAUTHORITY DIRECTEDSELF DIRECTROLE MODELING
The Hellison 5: Level 1Level 1:IrresponsibleBlames othersDisruptive/Negative/MakesexcuseDoes not play by the rulesDoes...
 Ethics◦ The inner-guiding moral principles, values, and beliefsthat people use to analyze or interpreta situation and th...
Sustainable Development
Sustainable Development
Sustainable Development
Sustainable Development
Sustainable Development
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  • Source: Archie B. Carroll, “The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility: Toward the Moral Management of Organizational Stakeholders,” Business Horizons (July-August 1981). © 1991 by the Foundation for the School of Business at Indiana University. Used with permission.
  • Sustainable Development

    1. 1.  Profit People Planet Who is the Manager of the Planet Earth
    2. 2. CorporateSocialResponsibilitySeriously considering the impact ofa company’s actions on society.Requires the individual to considerhis/her acts in terms of a wholesocial system, and holds him/herresponsible for the effects of actsanywhere in that system.------PSR
    3. 3. ResponsibilitySocietalExpectationExamplesEconomic RequiredBe profitable. Maximize sales,minimize costs.Legal RequiredObey laws, adhere toregulationsEthical ExpectedAvoid questionable practices.Do what is right, fair, and justPhilanthropicDesired/ExpectedBe a good corporate citizen.Give back.
    4. 4. Philanthropic ResponsibilitiesBe a good corporate citizen.Ethical ResponsibilitiesBe ethical.Legal ResponsibilitiesObey the law.Economic ResponsibilitiesBe profitable.Philanthropic ResponsibilitiesBe a good corporate citizen.Ethical ResponsibilitiesBe ethical.Legal ResponsibilitiesObey the law.Economic ResponsibilitiesBe profitable.
    5. 5. IRRESPONSILBEBEHAVIORSELF CONTROLAUTHORITY DIRECTEDSELF DIRECTROLE MODELING
    6. 6. The Hellison 5: Level 1Level 1:IrresponsibleBlames othersDisruptive/Negative/MakesexcuseDoes not play by the rulesDoes not listen orparticipateLevel 2:Level 2:Self ControlDoes not disruptListens, but does notactively participateReally does not put forthany effortCruising in neutral, but notbothering anybodyLevel 3:Level 3:InvolvementListens and followsdirectionStays on task only whenauthority is watchingWilling to try and areinvolved in activitiesParticipates withreservationLevel 4:Level 4:Self-ResponsibilityShows respectWorks on activitiesindependent of others Participates and fulfills theresponsibilityLevel 5Level 5CaringExhibits all of level fourWorks with everyonewillinglyCompliments andencourages othersConcerned with theprogress of others
    7. 7.  Ethics◦ The inner-guiding moral principles, values, and beliefsthat people use to analyze or interpreta situation and thendecide what is the“right” or appropriateway to behave

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