Impakt | The Power of Culture to Produce True Innovation
Corporate Social Responsibility has become a buzzword in the business world. Companies are increasingly responding to consumers’ demands for ethical and accountable business. In spite of the growing adoption of CSR policies within companies, meaningful social innovation that critically challenges some of the world’s most pressing issues remains desperately needed. In a business environment where too often CSR is an afterthought, one must applaud businesses that are making notable efforts to produce genuine social change. The consideration of culture and tradition in the creation of a product demonstrates the catalyst for change that CSR can be and challenges companies that treat CSR as checkbox to turn a profit, to do better.
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The Power of Culture to Produce True Innovation