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Social Responsibility and ISO 26000 Standards: A New Beginning


  • Sood Puneet

    (School of Business and Management Sciences (SBMS), Central University of Himachal Pradesh (CUHP), Dharamshala- 176215 (H.P.), INDIA)

  • Nag Ashish


ISO 26000 is a newly emerging international standard for social responsibility. The research in the paper is limited to the linkages and discussion between CSR stemming from the development of ISO 26000. ISO 26000 is a global initiative. The paper throws light for quality management leaders and practitioners from organizations and corporate world about the recent developments in international standardization of social responsibility and corporate social responsibility and draws the linkages between management strategies and corporate social responsibility that will enable them to adopt the CSR agenda and ISO 26000 in the future for sustainable development of all stakeholders. The conceptual explanations and discussions shows the likely development in global standardization of social responsibility concept, its core subjects and its potential impact on future strategies for organizations on social responsibilities (SR) and sustainable development to all the stakeholders.

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  • Sood Puneet & Nag Ashish, 2012. "Social Responsibility and ISO 26000 Standards: A New Beginning," Advances In Management, Advances in Management, vol. 5(6), June.
  • Handle: RePEc:mgn:journl:v:5:y:2012:i:6:a:1

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