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The REPSONSE project Understanding and enacting CSR. EU Kick-off meeting Brussels, 11th & 12th november 2004. What is Response ?. The largest project on CSR ever attempted in Europe 2M Euros (incl. 1.1Million EU funding) 600 interviews in 40 multinational companies

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the repsonse project understanding and enacting csr

The REPSONSE project Understanding and enacting CSR

EU Kick-off meeting

Brussels, 11th & 12th november 2004

what is response
What is Response ?
  • The largest project on CSR ever attempted in Europe
    • 2M Euros (incl. 1.1Million EU funding)
    • 600 interviews in 40 multinational companies
    • 4,000 managers surveyed
    • About 1,000 managers involved in 8-10 training experiments
    • Involving 18 academics + 5 Ph.D. students in 5 European (all EABIS members) and 2 US schools
    • Actively supported by all the 5 EABIS business founders, plus IBLF and IISD
    • Duration : 36 months, start 01/06/2004
response objectives
Response objectives
  • Study two fundamental questions:
      • What do multinationals understand as their responsibilities towards society and how does that differ from what their stakeholders believe they should be?
      • How do multinationals respond to societal demands?
  • Understand how the answers to these questions vary across cultural, legal, industry and organizational contexts
  • Identify and quantify the factors that contribute to explain why certain companies understand their stakeholders’ expectations better than others
  • Test the effectiveness of different types of training approaches on the development of social consciousness in managers
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Key Actors

Members of RESPONSE Consortium

Academic Advisory Board

Business Secondment

Business Group

EABIS

  • Peter Lacy
  • Zollo, Hockerts, White, Schneider, Hansen - INSEAD
  • Neergaard - Copenhagen Bus. School (CBS)
  • Perrini, Minoja, Tencati, Poguz – Bocconi University
  • Gasparski, Lewicka - Leon Kozminski A.
  • McLean, Mobbs, Uri – IBM
  • Rotherham – IISD
  • Simpson - IBLF
  • Moore - IBM
  • Welvaert - J&J
  • Bonfiglioli - Microsoft
  • Wade - Shell
  • Gregory - Unilever
  • Henri-Claude de Bettignies – INSEAD
  • Tom Dunfee – Wharton
  • Bruce Kogut – INSEAD
  • Eric Orts – Wharton
  • Peter Pruzan – CBS
  • Jim Walsh – U. Michigan

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  • CommonSense (Le Roy)
  • Impact (Hackl)
response methodologies and planning
Response methodologies and planning
  • Company level : In-depth study of CSR beliefs, behaviors and outcomes in 40 multinationals
    • 4 sectors X 4 regions
    • Outside in: SRAs and NGOs’ assessments + interviews
    • Inside out: corporate + country managers and employees (documents analysis, interview, web-based survey)
  • Individual level : Experiments on comparative effectiveness in developing social consciousness
  • Planning :
    • Pilot phase: June-Dec. 2004
    • Invitation to case study: Oct.-Dec. 2004
    • Case data collection: Jan. 05 – June 2006
    • Analysis: June-Dec. 2006
    • Dissemination and reporting: Jan-June 2007
expected outcomes and deliverables
Expected outcomes and deliverables

Disseminating reports of synthetic results and list of promising outcomes for 4 key stakeholder groups :

  • Research community :
    • contributions to the advancement of knowledge on CSR, sharing of expertise
    • By : publications in journals, presentations at conferences
  • Industry organisations :
    • Provide conceptual clarity on CSR and illustrate how companies can go about enacting CSR, shaping corporate training programmes
    • Contribution to standards
    • By: contacts & networking with IBLF, IISD (ISO), CSR Europe, WBCSD, …
  • Politicians and public administration at all levels :
    • Influence decisions on economic, sustainability and social policy issues
    • Feeding of findings from 5th research area into political processes
    • By : direct contact with involved EC DG’s
  • The general public, specific young people during education
    • Raising public participation and awareness for CSR
    • By : contact with business schools and EABIS