Intermediate Corporate Social Entrepreneurship: from CSR to CSE
View the YouTube video to get a broad understanding of CSR
What I will learn?
- Understand the theoretical foundations of CSR – Shareholder Value Theory, Stakeholder Theory, Corporate Social Performance Theory and Corporate Citizenship Theory
- In depth understanding of CSE is and it's foundation in CSR
- Understand and evaluate the corporate environment and its position in the wider political, economic and developmental context and it's suitability for CSE
- Understand and evaluate the social enterprise environment
- Understand the building blocks that facilitate the development of CSE in a corporate setting
- Develop knowledge of the key stakeholders / influencers in each organisational setting (corporate and social enterprise)
CSE Introduction and Theoretical Framework
Distinctive Characteristics of CSE – Practical Requirements for the Corporate
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