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Social Responsibility Management in a Small Enterprise: Selected Problems and Good Practices

  • Agnieszka Sokołowska-Durkalec
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Part of the CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance book series (CSEG)

Abstract

The objective of the hereby chapter is to present selected problems and good practices in social responsibility management in small Polish enterprises and therefore to clarify the instrumental dimension of social responsibility concept. The study presents a brief and synthetic discussion of selected conclusions resulting from multidimensional and in-depth empirical studies. Its theoretical part presents the assumptions referring to social responsibility management from the perspective of the specific nature of small enterprise functioning, while the empirical part presents the selected problems and good practices in social responsibility management, which is identification of social responsibility areas and entities, its planning, organizing, developing and controlling, with reference to this group of enterprises. The chapter is summarized by a short list of the resulting recommendations.

Keyword

Social responsibility Social responsibility management Small enterprise Problems Good practices 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we WrocławiuWrocławPoland

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