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Interbrand - Best Global Brands 2012 - Citizens All: The New Rules of Corporate Citizenship

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Citizens All: The New Rules of Corporate Citizenship by Tom Zara and Peter Cenedella (Reputation Management: the new rules of corporate citizenship via @Interbrand http://t.co/xjHnuoEP #CSR #sharedvalue...
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Advancements In Stakeholder Engagement: Promising Tools And Practices

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Health Affairs is the leading peer-reviewed journal at the intersection of health, health care, and policy.

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Stakeholder engagement is key for everything.

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fascinating piece by Marita Roebkes - The end of fame (as we know it)

I gave this talk at TechWeek L.A. (where else on such a topic?) last week as I felt the new social media evolutions, particularly the rise of the interest graph, are making things move quickly on that subject.

 

Why do we remember famous people in history? How? How about today's celebrities? And how are the Internet and the Social Web changing that now?

 

A look at the fame creation process tells us it is indissociable from the media creation process, which has been deeply impacted by new information technology. The Andy Warhol prediction is probably no longer valid and we need to rethink fame in the context of a distributed Internet network which more and more becomes topic-centric and no longer people-centric.

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Via Guillaume Decugis, Marita Roebkes http://xeeme.com/MaritaR
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Interbrand - Best Global Brands 2012 - Citizens All: The New Rules of Corporate Citizenship

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Citizens All: The New Rules of Corporate Citizenship by Tom Zara and Peter Cenedella (Reputation Management: the new rules of corporate citizenship via @Interbrand http://t.co/xjHnuoEP #CSR #sharedvalue...
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The rising global interest in sustainability and corporate social responsibility reporting | Sustainability | Thomson Reuters

The rising global interest in sustainability and corporate social responsibility reporting | Sustainability | Thomson Reuters | Corporate Social Responsibility via Nadine Hack | Scoop.it
The rising global interest in sustainability and corporate social responsibility reporting: http://t.co/XYlgkjzc via @addthis...
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10 Apps & Sites for Digital Storytelling & more!

10 Apps & Sites for Digital Storytelling & more! | Corporate Social Responsibility via Nadine Hack | Scoop.it

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fascinating post by Marita Roebkes - The end of fame (as we know it)

I gave this talk at TechWeek L.A. (where else on such a topic?) last week as I felt the new social media evolutions, particularly the rise of the interest graph, are making things move quickly on that subject.

 

Why do we remember famous people in history? How? How about today's celebrities? And how are the Internet and the Social Web changing that now?

 

A look at the fame creation process tells us it is indissociable from the media creation process, which has been deeply impacted by new information technology. The Andy Warhol prediction is probably no longer valid and we need to rethink fame in the context of a distributed Internet network which more and more becomes topic-centric and no longer people-centric.

by @gdecugis


Via Guillaume Decugis, Marita Roebkes http://xeeme.com/MaritaR
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Marco Fabiani's comment, December 11, 2012 11:26 AM
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BSL presents at the 5th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility “The Future of CSR”

BSL presents at the 5th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility “The Future of CSR” | Corporate Social Responsibility via Nadine Hack | Scoop.it
Dr. Katrin Muff, Dean of Business School Lausanne, will participate in the “Innovating for Sustainability: Challenges and Opportunities Post Rio+20″ panel discussion on Saturday, 6 October 2012, in Berlin.
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Study: Corporate Social Responsibility Engagements With U.S. Public Firms Yield Excess Return Of 4.4 Percent

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Oct. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Using 10 years of privately compiled data, three leading...
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