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The Business Excellence Model for CSR Implementation?

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  • Neergaard Peter
  • Pedersen Esben Rahbek

    (Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility. Copenhagen Business School, Denmark)

Abstract

Most of the Fortune 500 companies address Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on their websites. However, CSR remains a fluffy concept difficult to implement in organization. The European Business Excellence Model has since the introduction in 1992 served as a powerful tool for integrating quality in organizations. CSR was first introduced in the model in 2002. From 2004 the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) has been eager to promote the model as an effective tool for implementing CSR.. The article discusses the potentials of the model for this end and illustrates how a 2006 European Award winning company has used the model to integrate CSR. The company adapted the Business Excellence model to improve performance, stimulate innovation and consensus.

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  • Neergaard Peter & Pedersen Esben Rahbek, 2014. "The Business Excellence Model for CSR Implementation?," Nang Yan Business Journal, Sciendo, vol. 1(1), pages 54-59, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:vrs:nybujo:v:1:y:2014:i:1:p:54-59:n:8
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