"First, do no harm" is the key to good CSR

12/11/2012 | Stanford Social Innovation Review

Companies that want to be better at CSR should first make sure they aren't making things worse for society and the planet, writes Peter Karoff. "If a business is not successful in satisfying that imperative, no amount of charitable giving, employee volunteerism, or creative ideas around social innovation is going to matter," Karoff writes.

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