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WGBH Forum Network; Corporate Social Responsibility in an Increasingly Flat World

06/22/2006

Corporate Social Responsibility in an Increasingly Flat World Ed Haldeman, president, CEO, Putnam Investments Hans Carstenson, president, Aviva Life Insurance Co. Anne Finucane, president, Northeast Bank of America Seth Klarman, president, Baupost Group Jonathan Kraft, president, CEO, Kraft Group Milton Little, president, CEO, United Way of MA Bay John Sherman, US Ethics and Compliance Program, National Grid Peter Karoff, moderator The Massachusetts Business Roundtable (MBR) and The Philanthropic Initiative host a forum entitled, "The Challenge for Corporate Social Responsibility in an Increasingly Flat World: Ways to Build, Maintain, and Refine CSR Strategies in the Context of a Rapidly Changing Corporate Landscape". This panel, moderated by Peter Karoff, Chairman and Founder of TPI, focuses on the changing role of corporate philanthropy and engaged business leaders in an in-depth discussion about encouraging, managing and improving corporate social responsibility in Massachusetts in the face of rapidly changing corporate ownership.


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WGBH Forum Network
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Corporate Social Responsibility in an Increasingly Flat World
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3142

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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN AN INCREASINGLY FLAT WORLD

ED HALDEMAN, PRESIDENT, CEO, PUTNAM INVESTMENTS HANS CARSTENSON, PRESIDENT, AVIVA LIFE INSURANCE CO. ANNE FINUCANE, PRESIDENT, NORTHEAST BANK OF AMERICA SETH KLARMAN, PRESIDENT, BAUPOST GROUP JONATHAN KRAFT, PRESIDENT, CEO, KRAFT GROUP MILTON LITTLE, PRESIDENT, CEO, UNITED WAY OF MA BAY JOHN SHERMAN, US ETHICS AND COMPLIANCE PROGRAM, NATIONAL GRID PETER KAROFF, MODERATOR

THE MASSACHUSETTS BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE (MBR) AND THE PHILANTHROPIC INITIATIVE HOST A FORUM ENTITLED, "THE CHALLENGE FOR CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN AN INCREASINGLY FLAT WORLD: WAYS TO BUILD, MAINTAIN, AND REFINE CSR STRATEGIES IN THE CONTEXT OF A RAPIDLY CHANGING CORPORATE LANDSCAPE". THIS PANEL, MODERATED BY PETER KAROFF, CHAIRMAN AND FOUNDER OF TPI, FOCUSES ON THE CHANGING ROLE OF CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY AND ENGAGED BUSINESS LEADERS IN AN IN-DEPTH DISCUSSION ABOUT ENCOURAGING, MANAGING AND IMPROVING CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN MASSACHUSETTS IN THE FACE OF RAPIDLY CHANGING CORPORATE OWNERSHIP.

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Chicago: “WGBH Forum Network; Corporate Social Responsibility in an Increasingly Flat World,” 06/22/2006, WGBH Media Library & Archives, accessed December 7, 2016, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_34E8B371DF87410FBB075636712768F3.
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APA: WGBH Forum Network; Corporate Social Responsibility in an Increasingly Flat World. Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_34E8B371DF87410FBB075636712768F3
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