Understanding and Achieving Social Responsibility*Open Access* By Joan Marques
As the world gets smaller, the perspectives and efforts of organizations and individuals must get larger to ensure a sustainable future. Quality professionals have the knowledge and skills to pave a better way for simultaneously creating success for their organizations and society.
The Case for Ensuring Supplier Social Responsibility By Jennifer S. Stepniowski
Savvy organizations are expanding their interests in social responsibility to their suppliers, creating forward-thinking networks across the globe that are improving working conditions while simultaneously generating better performance.
Cost of Social Responsibility By Daniel Zrymiak
It’s no longer sufficient to track just the traditional aspects associated with the cost of quality. Now, the costs associated with social responsibility, including negative impacts, can be incorporated into a broader model that provides a better perspective of organizations’ effects on society.
Building the Social Responsibility Foundation By Michelle S. Bernhart and Francis J. “Sonny” Maher
An excerpt from the e-book, ISO 26000 in Practice: A User Guide, offers insights for organizations at the starting point of their social responsibility journeys.
Stewardship and Sustainability
Supporting Education by Re-imagining the Philanthropic Experience By Missy Sherburne
DonorsChoose.org, an online charity that makes it easy for anyone to help students in need, has defined a new philanthropic tool.
Did You Know? By Staff
Useful tips and resources for living in a more socially responsible way.
Social Responsibility: A Participation Essential By Holly A. Duckworth
Easy actions that most organizations can readily take to involve everyone in social responsibility.
Beginning the Paradigm Shift By Michelle S. Bernhart and Francis J. “Sonny” Maher
How to achieve the desired social responsibility destination by significantly shifting thinking and strategy.
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Boosting Graduates’ Confidence in Statistics By Michael Babula, Luis Veras, Alp Idil Ersoy-Babula, Max Tookey, Fraser Nicolaides, Al Infande, and Tom Olalekan Lawson
Recent research points to a lack of statistics knowledge in today’s graduate students.