Social Impact Assessment, Risk and CSR

I thought I would continue on the theme of my previous post where I mentioned the glazing of the eyes of students when faced with theory of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) versus the reality of applying CSR in the business context, especially in emerging markets with its specific challenges.

CSR has to be above all things practical, achievable, measurable and in many ways the practice of Social Impact Assessments (SIA) when embarking on new projects embodies this. Continue reading