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The model of corporate social responsibility in project management

    Martin Schieg Affiliation

Abstract

Corporate social responsibility as a management concept is growing more and more important also for project companies. The task of project management is to identify relevant ecological systems, to recognize the internal and external dimension of social responsibility, and to test existing standards of Corporate Social Responsibility for their applicability in projects. The special benefit of CSR in projects is to set-up values such as integrity, credibility and reputation. For successful implementation of CSR activities, it is essential to align the commitment of the project organization to the own business operations and own goals.

Keyword : Corporate Social Responsibility, sustainability, social responsibility, project management, Triple-Bottom-Line-Concept, sustainability ratings

How to Cite
Schieg, M. (2009). The model of corporate social responsibility in project management. Business: Theory and Practice, 10(4), 315-321. Retrieved from https://journals.vgtu.lt/index.php/BTP/article/view/8980
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Dec 10, 2009
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