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- Section 1 Laying the Foundation and Giving Your Team the Right Tools
- 1 Connecting Corporate Citizenship to Business Purpose
- 2 Creating Advantage in Your Marketplace
- 3 Of the People, for the People, by the People
- 4 Connecting Corporate Citizenship to Business Strategy
- 5 How to Set Up and Organize Your Corporate Citizenship Program
- Section 2 Getting Results Across Your Business
- 6 The Importance of Your Supply Chain and Procurement Function
- 7 Creating a More Sustainable Operation
- 8 Defining Your Corporate Giving Program
- Section 3 Pulling it All Together
- 9 Getting Your Message Across
- 10 Building on Your Success
- List of Key Terms
- Corporate Citizenship Glossary