Corporate Social Investment (CSI): Policy Formulation, Communication and Implementation Strategy

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
In Central London (Grossbritannien)

£ 8.000 - (9.531 )
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  • Kurs
  • Central london (Grossbritannien)
  • Dauer:
    10 Days
  • Wann:
    Freie Auswahl
Beschreibung

Limited Objectives: At the conclusion of specified learning, delegates will be able to: Explain the different types of organisation and distinguish one from the other. Distinguish between authority and power. Identify the facets of authority. Differentiate Traditional, legal and professional authority. Understand the roles of organisational power centres. Draft objectives for their organisation. Discuss the different facet of accountability.
Suitable for: Chief Executives. Executive Directors. Non-Executive Directors. Operational Directors. Independent Directors. Chief Executive Officers. Managing Directors. Corporate Directors. Corporate Strategists. Policy Formulators. Strategic Marketing Officials. Senior Executives. Senior Administrators. Chief Financial Officers. Charity Commission Representatives. Charity officers. Government Ministers. State Department Officials Local Gover

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Voraussetzungen: Degree or Work Experience

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Carburton Street, W1W 5EE, London, Grossbritannien
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Charity
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Business Organisation
Risk
Executive
Risk Management
Investment
IT
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Public Relations
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Public
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Government
IT risk
Communication Training
IT Development
IT Management
Non-Business organization
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Social Organization
Formal Organization

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Background and Introduction to, and Evolution of, Corporate Social Investment (CSI)

Organisation: A Definition

  • Social Organisation
  • Formal Organisation
  • Business Organisation
  • Non-Business Organisation
  • Collegium: An Introduction

Organisational Authority and Power Structure

  • Organisational Responsibility
  • Authority and Power: A Distinction
  • The Two Facets of Authority
  • Traditional Authority
  • Legal Authority
  • Professional Authority
  • Organisational Power Centres
  • Power as a 'Leasing Mechanism'
  • Power as a Resource Base
  • Knowledge as Power
Organisational Objectives and Internal and External Accountability 

Organisational Objectives
  • Organisational Objectives - Generally
  • Business Objectives
  • Corporate Business Objectives
  • The Objectives Hierarchy
  • Corporate Social Objectives
  • Direct Return on Corporate Social Objectives: Towards The Achievement of Business Objectives
  • Indirect Return on Corporate Social Objectives: Enhancing The Accomplishment of Business Objectives
Accountability as an Inescapable Phenomenon
  • Internal Accountability
  • Upward Accountability
  • Downward Accountability
  • Outward Accountability
  • Accountability to Owners
  • Accountability to Sponsors
  • Accountability to Clients/Customers/ Users
  • Accountability to Creditors
  • Accountability to Sector or Industry
Communication a Vehicle for Effective Policy Formulation, Dissemination and Implementation

Internal Communication: Facilitating and Exploiting Corporate Initiatives
  • Defining Communication
  • Barriers to Effective Communication
  • Improving Internal Communication Mechanism
  • Cross Cultural Communication
  • Communication and Presentation
Corporate Policy Formulation, Dissemination and Implementation
  • Corporate Policy Formulation
  • Policy Dissemination
  • Policy Implementation
  • Strategy for Policy Implementation
  • Emergent Policy 
Corporate Social Investment: An Introduction
  • Defining Corporate Social Investment
  • Evolution of Corporate Social Investment
  • Discretionary Philanthropy,
  • Community Involvement,
  • Community Partnerships
  • Strategic Community Investments
  • Significance of Corporate Social Investment
  • Functions of Corporate Social Investment
  • Types of Corporate Social Investment
  • Purposes of Corporate Social Investment
  • Evaluation of Corporate Social Investment
The Relationship Between Organisational Key Success Factors (KSF), Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and   Corporate Social Investment (CSI)
  • Defining Organisational Key Success Factors
  • Determining an Organisation's Key Success Factors
  • Defining Key Performance Indicators
  • Determining Key Performance Indicators
  • Formulating Key Performance Indicators from Key Success Factors
  • Relationship Between Key Success Factors and Corporate Social Investment
Preparing the Corporate Social Investment Infrastructure

Establishing Corporate Social Investment Framework
  • CSI and Business Development
  • CSI and Legislated Business Development
  • CSI and Marketing Budget For Social and Environmental Purposes
  • Economic Value of CSI
  • CSI Programs in Reality: Success or Failure
  • CSI Strategy formulation for Implementation
Practicalising Corporate Social Investment
  • Policy Formation for CSI
  • Strategy Development: Towards the Implementation of CSI
  • Communicating CSI
  • Communicating CSI Internally
  • Communicating CSI Externally
  • Calculating Return on CSI
  • Calculating Rate of Return on CSI
Corporate Social Investment as a Survival Imperative 
  • Corporate Social Investment as A New Way of Thinking and Acting
  • Moving From Corporate Giving To Corporate Social Investing
  • Extracting Business Value From Social Investment
  • Which Nonprofits Qualify – And Which Don’t
  • Making a Declaration For Corporate Social Investing
  • The CEO Endorsement
  • The Annual Social Investment Report
  • Committing to the Corporate Social Investment Model: Part I, Percentages
  • Committing to the Corporate Social Investment Model: Part II, Strategic Plans
  • When social investing should be proposed
  • Building the Management Team For Social Investing
  • The Day-to-Day Manager
  • The Power of Corporate-NonProfit Alliances
Corporate Social Investment (CSI), Public Relations and Implementation
  • The Importance of Public Relations in Corporate Social Investment (CSI)
  • Communication in CIS Public Relations
  • Public Opinion and CIS Public Relations
  • People Management in CIS Public Relations
  • Employing Ethics in CIS Public Relations
  • The Legal Parameter of CIS Public Relations
  • Research and CIS Public Relations
  • Print Media Relations in CIS
  • Electronic Media Relations in CIS
  • Employee Relations in CIS Public Relations Settings
  • Multicultural Community Relations in CIS
  • Government Relations: Enhancing Public Relations Effectiveness in CIS
  • Consumer or Client Relations in CIS Public Relations
  • Public Relations Writing in CIS
  • Public Relations and the Internet in CIS
  • Integrated Marketing Communications in CIS
Risk Management in Corporate Social Investment

Understanding Risk and Risk Management
  • Defining risk
  • Contextualising Risk
  • Formulating Risks Statements
  • Risk Examples
  • Non-Risk Examples
  • Proposal Risk
  • Performance Risk
  • Management’s perception and calculation of risk
  • Risk probability and improbability
  • The traditional ‘number line’ and traditional risk management calculation
  • ‘ Risk-Improbability Scale Or Continuum’
  • Understanding risk in organisations 
  • Analyzing and identifying risk in organisations 
  • Developing strategies and approaches to treat and manage risk 
  • What is Risk Management?
  • Continuous Risk Management Example
  • Non-Continuous Risk Management Example
  • Evaluating likely risks and consequences
  • Assessing the options for accommodating risks
  • Prioritising risk management efforts
  • Developing risk management plans
  • Authorising the implementation of risk management plans
  • The context of risk management in organisations
  • The link between Risk Management and Governance arrangements
  • Risk Management Standards 
  • The differing levels of risk within an organisation, business risk, project risk and process risk
  • Developing criteria for determining acceptable levels or residual risk
Crisis Management: Security and Natural Disaster Recovery
  • Contingency Planning
  • Continuity Management and Disaster Recovery
  • Recovery Planning
  • Recovery Planning and Logistics
  • Business Continuity Management
  • Introduction to BS 25999: Business Continuity Management
  • Business Recovery Management
Learning From Examples: Successful Implementation of Corporate Social Investment (CSI) Presumption of  Return on Investment
  • Corporate Governance: Organising for CSI Delivery
  • Dealing With Legal Compliance
  • Strategic Projects Management
  • Risk Management in Practice
  • Case 1: Corporate Social Investment (CSI)
  • Case 2: Corporate Social Investment (CSI)
  • Case 3: Corporate Social Investment (CSI)
  • Case 4: Corporate Social Investment (CSI)
  • Case 5: Corporate Social Investment (CSI)
  • Case 6: Corporate Social Investment (CSI)

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Corporate Social Investment (CSI): Policy Formulation, Communication and Implementation Strategy - Leading to Diploma-Postgradaute, Accumulating to Postgraduate Diploma, Progressing to MA, MBA, MSc, Incorporating The Evolution of CSI, Key Success Factors (KSFs), Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), Public Relations (London, UK)