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Public Affairs

Insights February 2013

How to respond to CSR demands improving organizations communication

Properly reflecting companies’ commitment with sustainable and ethical behaviour is the main challenge of communication in relation to reputation and corporate responsibility. However, that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has to go beyond the mere realization of ‘good deeds’ to become something strategic and integrated into the business.

Through accountability, companies are increasingly communicating the phenomenon of responsibility and ethics in business. This started to happen in the 90s when responsibility was not only concerning economic issues but social, environmental and labour issues within organizations.

This document was prepared by Corporate Excellence – Centre for Reputation Leadership and contains references, among other sources, to the statements made by Larry Parnell, associate Professor of the Graduate School of George Washington University (USA), during the session “New developments and trends in sustainable communication” held by Corporate Excellence, the school of Communication at the University of Navarra and EOI Business School in Madrid on September 19, 2012.