Global CSR Summit- Best Practices |Services:Innovation| Ms. Chandni Taneja
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“Companies that are breaking the mold are moving beyond corporate social responsibility to social innovation. These companies are the vanguard of the new paradigm." ...

“Companies that are breaking the mold are moving beyond corporate social responsibility to social innovation. These companies are the vanguard of the new paradigm."

On July 25, 2013, Global CSR Summit 2013 was held at PHD House, New Delhi, where solutions were proposed and discussed for Sustainable Inclusive Growth.

Ms. Chandni Taneja, Executive Director, Navjyoti India Foundation, spoke on 'Services that lead to Innovation' through case studies of Navjyoti India Foundation's vivid corporate linkages that have not only led to fulfillment of CSR policies, but also potentially create way for an innovative, more effective thinking paradigm.

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Global CSR Summit- Best Practices |Services:Innovation| Ms. Chandni Taneja Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Services • Innovation Chandni Taneja, Executive Director, Navjyoti India Foundation Sharing of Best Practices
  • 2. Transforming lives since 1987… …and growing stronger Navjyoti India Foundation
  • 3. 1 Organization 4 Project sites in Delhi and Haryana 25 Years of experience 450 Volunteers 147 Employees 150 Youth through Skill Upgradation Program 1,200 Women through women empowerment program 2,000 children through child education program 2500 through family and community counseling program ~4000 villagers through environmental interventions 3,25,000 people reached
  • 4. Creating a strong business and building a better world are not conflicting goals – they are both essential ingredients for long term success - William Clay Ford Jr.
  • 5. NGO Corporate Social Awareness Moral Awareness Societal/ Community Access Need Assessment Tools Financial Awareness Awareness about Systems and Standards Access to Business Ethic Impact Assessment Tools
  • 6. NGO Corporate Clear CSR Objective Clear CSR Strategy The Right Partner Symbiosis and Social Awareness Moral Awareness Societal/ Community Access Need Assessment Tools Financial Awareness Awareness about Systems and Standards Access to Business Ethic Impact Assessment Tools
  • 7. Geography Cause/ Interventions Accountability Budget Capability Level of Engagement Identify Watchdog organizations are necessary not for they put pressure on companies to clean up their act but for they act as facilitators and advisors towards better policies
  • 8. Services • Innovation Best Practices
  • 9. serv·ice Noun The action of helping or doing work for someone in·no·va·tion Noun The act of introducing something new
  • 10. Synchronized Corporate and CSR Goals Yamaha Technical Academy Yamaha Corporation Non mutually exclusive CSR Set-up academy in collaboration with Skill Upgradation institutes Train youth from the lower earning strata Employment at Yamaha dealerships
  • 11. Commercial Space Low-cost Manpower Support (employable youth from underserved communities) Enhanced Livelihood Financial Strength to Community Empower Pragati Rural BPO Exchange of Services
  • 12. Appropriate Resource Identification TKWs Institute of Banking and Finance Identify Students Demand Fulfillment Sustainable Support to CSR Practice Funding Education of underserved youth Scholarships (up to 100%)
  • 13. Strategic Product Launch Britannia & Navjyoti Together for Fighting Iron Malnutrition 3-Month Research Study Increase in Hemoglobin level: 9.48 gm/dl to 12.63 gm/dl Research Support Community Mobilization (Parents and children) Brand Promotion/ Reputation Health Benefits to children Awareness- address child malnutrition through scientific knowledge building New Product launch
  • 14. Navjyoti Employee on payroll with Medical, Health, Family benefits Expert with vast experience in Environmental Projects Manage projects on Watershed Management and other Environmental interventions as CSR Expert Induction Greenply Industries Limited
  • 15. Venture beyond “the Traditional” G4S Security Guards on G4S payroll Fulfillment of CSR by effective allocation of services Security to the organization
  • 16. “Companies that are breaking the mold are moving beyond corporate social responsibility to social innovation. These companies are the vanguard of the new paradigm. They view community needs as opportunities to develop ideas and demonstrate business technologies, to find and serve new markets, and to solve longstanding business problems.” -Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Harvard Business Review