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Monthly Briefing 2013-02

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Corporate Social Culpability: The buck stops somewhere

Corporations are today the main agents of global, social and political change. Of course, governments are the political entities holding the national mandate for social responsibility. Some socially oriented stakeholders expect corporations to lead social change; others fear that corporate motivations are inherently antisocial and prefer governments to take the lead. Still others prefer government to act by incentivizing corporations. These varied expectations underpin social activism and voting patterns, reputations, stock price, and election outcomes.

Joining us are Daniel Diermeier, IBM Professor of Regulation and Competitive Practice and Director, Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University and author of Reputation Rules: Strategies for Building Your Company's Most Valuable Asset; and Scott Childers, Director of Integrated Trade Management at The Walt Disney Company, and a member of the Society's Reputation Leadership Council.

Jonathan Salem Baskin,  author of Tell the Truth, moderates. Learn more.

If you want to understand how expectations, reputation, and operations mix, you'll want to listen to this conversation.

Product contents: MP3 audio file (~1 hour) and PDF slides (~8).

Monthly Briefing 2013-02