Company leaders need to spend less time thinking about a theoretical construct around Corporate Social Responsibility, or how they can spin public opinion by charitable actions. Most often, the problem is not social irresponsibility; the problem is a lack of knowledge about what is taking place in the company or at its subcontractor sites.
What company leaders need instead is a practical knowledge and risk management framework in their company that allows them to avoid costly and reputation-damaging behavior in the first place.
This means applying knowledge management techniques in three important areas:
Through a mixture of leading practice case studies and a clear framework, these books show how a corporation can begin to combine leading practices in risk and knowledge management with emerging international guidelines in order to develop and manage a program of corporate integrity.