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Wired to Care by Dev Patnaik and Peter Mortenson—Book Review

July 30th, 2010 · No Comments

Wiring your company to care can change fair trade to care trade, upping the level of responsibility to truly making a better world. Doing less harm or following standard best practices is no longer sufficient.

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Links for the New Corporate Fair Trade

July 28th, 2010 · No Comments

For a company to go Beyond Corporate Responsibility as currently conceived, it takes a human and economic interest in the vitality and viabilities of the communities from which they source materials and affect labor. The key to such human interest is the connecting of each person in the business to the effects of their sourcing  in […]

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Conflicted Minerals: Is Your value-chain supporting rebels and militants?

July 26th, 2010 · No Comments

Next level of Corporate Responsibility makes conflicting minerals impossible with no excuses.

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Responsible business leadership: Cisco’s Sidhu

July 14th, 2010 · No Comments

Inder Sidhu is the Senior Vice President of Strategy & Planning for Worldwide Operations at Cisco. He sees decentralized decision-making as a culture change to improve business. I agree with that. It is also an act in which a Responsible Corporation engages. People should not be surprised that our political dialogue process has broken down. […]

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