Corporate social responsibility
Corporate social responsibility
The post contains three asighnments
1: Week 1 Project
Recommend and defend a new corporate social responsibility (CSR) project for a global, publicly traded organization.
Select a global, publicly traded organization. (Hint: The Fortune 500 list of companies is a good source for this kind of information).
Research the chosen organization through primary and secondary sources and investigate the organization’s mission and vision statement and code of ethics. Begin thinking about a potential social cause you might recommend for the organization (that is different than any current social cause the organization pursues).
Select Google as your global, publicly traded organization. In doing research on Google, you find that it supports a number of charities, including improving computer science education, empowering women and girls, and fighting trafficking and child abuse. However,Identify another cause for Google to support beyond what it is already doing.
•Research from a variety of sources, including the company’s website, social media sites, company blogs, industry and trade sources, and other sources, provide a summary of the organization, including the organization’s products or services, customer or client base, areas of operation or distribution, history, main competition, and the organization’s current situation.
• Analyze the mission, vision, and values of this organization.
• Evaluate the ethical principles and policy under which the organization works.
• Defend the reasons (e.g., personal, professional) and rationale leading you to select the organization. What drew you to this particular organization?
2: Management Analysis
Creation of a comprehensive Excel workbook with supporting charts and graphs and a short analysis of the data.
Quantitative reasoning uses a process similar to the qualitative research process in that you will first identify an issue or problem and then use mathematical formulas or an analytic tool to derive a solution. Construct graphs, charts, and tables to display data and inform analysis and interpretation. evaluate the results of the information, draw analyses and validate them by applying them to the issue or problem.
3: Role of Private Security – Preparing for a Speech Before a Security Professional Organization
Project 1: Role of Private Security
Project 1: Preparing for a Speech Before a Security Professional Organization
Scenario: Corporate Security Director for XYZ and a recognized leader in the security profession. accept an invitation to speak at the ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits about the various security operational and other challenges with which organizations are confronted in protecting assets and possible solutions. Because of your expertise, you are asked to discuss in detail a security director’s various professional responsibilities in today’s world, including loss prevention, investigation, administrative, and managerial functions and the critical skills required of a security director to fully succeed in accomplishing the protective mission.address the importance of a security director to develop strong working relationships with various internal and external entities and provide examples how these associations will promote a successful security operation.
(1) Provide a “welcome” statement and a strong introduction describing to the audience the purpose of your speech.
(2) Identify and discuss the current operational and other challenges confronting security directors and possible solutions to those challenges.
(3) Identify and discuss in detail a security director’s various professional responsibilities in today’s world, including loss prevention, investigation, administrative, and managerial functions.
(4) Identify and discuss the critical skills required of a security director to fully succeed in protecting an organization’s assets.
(5) Identify and discuss the significance in establishing strong internal and external relationships to meet security operational objectives and provide examples of the individuals and groups with whom partnerships must be forged.
(6) Provide concluding remarks that summarize your presentation and close your speech with an invitation for the audience to participate in a question/answer discussion session.