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A Global SR Standard: Good or Too Good to Be True?

Summary: Those working to make ISO 26000 social responsibility standards succeed need to focus on eight attributes: stakeholders, trust, attention, novelty, diversity, alliance, respect, and dedication. The treatment of both internal and external stakeholders is of increasing concern to all organizations. Those concerned about ISO 26000 fall into two camps: those who believe it will place undue restrictions on globally operating organizations, and those who believe it will inadvertently lead to some of the inequalities it is designed to combat. It is by concentrating on the eight key attributes that ISO 26000 can establish a global, sustainable code of respect.

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  • Topics: ISO 26000
  • Keywords: Diversity, Equality, International Standards Organization (ISO), Respect, Stakeholders, Trust, Social responsibility, Sustainability
  • Author: Marques, Joan
  • Journal: Journal for Quality and Participation