Implementation of CSR

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Implementation of CSR by Mind Map: Implementation of CSR


1.1. Who are our STAKEHOLDERS?

1.1.1. Primary customers employees suppliers shareholders government / authorities investors

1.1.2. Secondary competitors general public local communities NGOs media environment, inc. animals

1.1.3. Assessing Power / Legitimacy / Urgency

1.2. How do we INFLUENCE our Stakeholders?

1.2.1. positively

1.2.2. negatively

1.3. What our STAKEHOLDERS expect?

1.3.1. Economic high profit high dividends low price for products but high quality paying local taxes (no tax avoidance/fixing pricing)

1.3.2. Social good working conditions (own employees & suppliers) complying with labour laws complying with internationally recognised human rights assuring safe working conditions (buildings, equipment, HS management system, etc.) being a friendly neighbour for local communities fair actions, avoiding conflicts no pollution/noise jobs for local people

1.3.3. Environmental preserving natural resources in production process and beyond minimising impact (emissions, pollutions, etc.) developing eco-friendly products

1.4. HOW we communicate with them?

1.4.1. Stakeholders dialogue and its results - how do they INFLUENCE our strategy?

1.4.2. How we deal with compliants?

2. Mission and Vision

2.1. Our definition of CSR

2.2. What do we want to achieve?

2.3. What is our STRATEGY?

2.3.1. Risk analysis

2.3.2. strength and weakness

2.4. What is our BUDGET?

3. Defining CSR frame

3.1. Organisation

3.1.1. who is responsible? incentives? working groups, teams, etc.

3.1.2. how do we collect relevant data?

3.1.3. how to communicate our efforts? internally? externally?

3.2. Important elements

3.2.1. Industry-specific Risks

3.2.2. Industry-specific Key Issues

3.3. Goals

3.3.1. Long-Term

3.3.2. Short-Term