The theory and practice of corporate citizenship and CSR have many alternative perspectives to the business-as-usual gaze. The essays in this volume encapsulate the essence of these alternative ideas and embrace the idea that progressive ways and means of this century do not lie in mainstream capitalist thinking. These pieces ask critical questions about the way we see the relationship between capitalism, business models and society - a subject not often discussed in non-academic literature. Globalization and Corporate Citizenship: The Alternative Gaze features contributions and new analysis from Klaus M. Leisinger, Chris Laszlo, David Coopperrider, Simon Zadek, Sandra Waddock and others.
This title is one of a two-volume set - a collection of seminal and thought-provoking essays, drawn from the Journal of Corporate Citizenship's archive, accompanied by new analysis and reflection from the original authors. Written by some of the most widely recognized academic and business pioneers and leaders of the corporate responsibility and global sustainability movement, the volumes make essential reference texts for anyone interested in the radically awakening new global political economy.
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13 November 2015
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Introduction Malcolm McIntosh1. Positive deviance: A new paradigm for addressing today's problems today Jerry Sternin2. Core competences: A key force in business-government-civil society collaborations Steve Waddell3. Global action networks: A global invention helping business make globalization work for all Steve Waddell4. Managing-as-designing in an era of massive innovation: A call for design-inspired corporate citizenship David Cooperrider5. From corporate responsibility to corporate design: Rethinking the purpose of the corporation Marjorie Kelly and Allen L. White6. Post-traditional corporate governance Michael Mason and Joan O'Mahony7. The Social Construction of Corporate Citizenship Mark GlazebrookSystems, feminisation and the new political economy8. Flourishing: A vision for business and the world Chris Laszlo, Judy Sorum Brown, Dave Sherman, Ilma Barros, Brodie Boland, John Ehrenfeld, Mary Gorham, Linda Robson, Roger Saillant and Paul Werder9. Integrity and mindfulness: Foundations of corporate citizenship Sandra Waddock10. Creating a culture of global citizenship Timothy Galpin11. Post-enlightenment capitalism David J. Vidal12. Corporate psychopaths: uncaring citizens, irresponsible leadersClive R. Boddy13. Capitalism with a human face: The UN Global Compact Klaus M. Leisinger14. How do we enable systems change for a one planet future?Anna Birney, Charlotte Salazar and Jen Morgan15. Large systems change: Producing the change we want Steve Waddell with Joe Hsueh, Anna Birney, Amir Khorsani and Wen Feng16. Gender, power and post-structuralism in corporate citizenship: A personal perspective on theory and change Gill Coleman17. Reshaping the political (green) economy Simon ZadekAbout the editor
MALCOLM MCINTOSH is former Director of the Asia Pacific Centre for Sustainable Enterprise at Griffith University. He is Founding Editor of the Journal of Corporate Citizenship and was Special Adviser to the UN Global Compact.