Экономика устойчивого промышленного роста: понятие. проблемы и возможные механизмы формирования
Article represents the results of the research of practical approaches to corporate social responsibility programs (CSR) management in Russian sustainable development oriented companies. Some features of CSR as a management tool were described according to modern Russian business conditions. Author suggests the model of mechanisms of corporate social responsibility programs management for sustainable development oriented companies.
Socially-oriented projects require specific stakeholder approach for social impact (SROI) evaluation. In this article we attempt to identify groups of stakeholders interested in getting information concerning social impact of the project. We also offer classification of stakeholders with reasons to include or exclude a particular group from different steps of SROI analisys. Practical aspects of this approach are illustrated by the example of the “Separate collection” ecological movement.
When writing this tutorial, the contributions received by the authors with the assistance of the NTF - National Training Fund subproject "Creating a center of excellence for economics teachers ' Innovation Project Development of education and work , received diplomas Russian competitions intellectual projects " Ideas for Russia " ( 2004) and "Power" (2008 , the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation ) . The manual is intended for students and undergraduates enrolled in the direction of "Economics" and "Management" , and may also be useful to managers and professionals , both financial and non-financial corporations.
The paper analyzes the general tendencies and the main problems that arise when corporative structures implement their own strategies. Considering the peculiarity of the Russian economy, almost all large corporations are functioning under extremely tough market conditions. They have to adapt their organizational structure so as to be able to follow a chosen strategy. Awareness of the main problems, which are often common for all large companies, is essential for structural adaptation.