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Zait Dumitru (University of Iaşi, Romania), Onea Angelica-Nicoleta (University of Iaşi, Romania), Tătărucanu Maria (University of Iaşi, Romania), Ciulu Ruxandra (University of Iaşi, Romania)
Tytuł
On Reasons of Corporate Social Responsibility : an Integrative Perspective
Przesłanki społecznej odpowiedzialności przedsiębiorstw : perspektywa integracji
Źródło
Zeszyty Naukowe Politechniki Poznańskiej. Organizacja i Zarządzanie, 2013, nr 61, s. 173-184, bibliogr. 39 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Społeczna odpowiedzialność, Strategia przedsiębiorstwa, Przegląd literatury, Wyniki badań
Social Responsibility, Corporation strategies, Literature review, Research results
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Długotrwałe funkcjonowanie firmy jest obecnie ściśle związane z oddziaływaniem jej działalności. W związku z tym coraz większego znaczenia nabiera koncepcja społecznej odpowiedzialności w ramach strategii organizacyjnej. Orientacja ta, która charakteryzuje także otoczenie biznesu Rumunii, również ze względu na wymogi europejskie, oparta jest na różnych przesłankach, które są przedmiotem dużego rumuńsko-belgijskiego projektu badawczego. Jego głównym celem jest uzyskanie informacji min. na temat poziomu wiedzy na temat odpowiedzialności społecznej i sposobu jej postrzegania, praktyk i działań, różnic między sektorami działalności, zastosowania procedur i kwantyfikacji wpływu CSR. W artykule pogrupowano i usystematyzowano część wyników badań nad znaczeniem i praktykami procesu dokumentowania CRS. Dokonano przeglądu literatury na temat CRS oraz przedstawiono zastosowania tej koncepcji. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Currently, long-term performance of a company is closely related to the overall impact of its actions, therefore an increasing importance is assigned to the concept of social responsibility within organizational strategy. This orientation that also characterizes the Romanian business environment, due sometimes to the European imperative, other times based on different reasons, is the subject of a large Romanian - Belgian research project. It generally aims to obtain answers on, among others, the level of knowledge and way of perceiving social responsibility, practices and actions, differences between activity sectors, procedures' application and quantification of CSR effects. In this article a part of the ou t-comes of the documentation process, related to assigned meanings, types of activities and CSR practices are grouped, sorted and systemized. Both the interest for this concept in the literature and its place and support in reality outlined the importance of this area, as an argument to the initiated approach. (original abstract)
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ISSN
0239-9415
Język
eng
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