26. Companies see the need to build more coherent initiatives

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26. Companies see the need to build more coherent initiatives as they move into the:

A. Innovative stage.

B. Integrated stage.

C. Engaged stage.

D. Transforming stage.

27. Managers responding to the needs of the local education system as a normal or routine aspect of its operations is an example of an organization in the:

A. Innovative stage.

B. Integrated stage.

C. Transforming stage.

D. Engaged stage.

28. The Ronald McDonald House charity, operated by McDonald’s has been criticized for:

A.  Providing homes-away-from home for the families of seriously ill children being treated in hospitals.

B.  Diverting attention away from the company’s contributions to the nation’s obesity epidemic.

C.  Using company profits to fund social missions.

D.  Paying employees low wages.

29. There remain regional differences in the corporate citizenship challenges facing businesses due to:

A.  Globalization.

B.  Differences in attitudes, beliefs and culture.

C.  Differences in CEOs’ opinions on corporate citizenship.

D.  Stakeholder demands.

30. A systematic evaluation of an organization’s social, ethical, and environmental performance is called a(n):

A. Corporate social responsibility review.

B. Stakeholder audit.

C. Independent social review.

D. Social audit.

31. According to the scholar Simon Zadek six benefits of social audits include all of the following except.

A. Helping businesses know what is happening within their firm.

B. Understanding what stakeholders think about and want from the business.

C. Strengthen the loyalty and commitment of stakeholders.

D. Outperforming competitors financially in a businesses’ industry.

32. Which of the following organizations have developed standards to judge corporate performance?

A. International Organisation for Standards.

B. Global Development Initiative.

C. Institute of Accountability.

D. All of the above.

33. The major focus of ISO 14001 is to:

A. Link economic, environmental and social responsibility.

B. Build accountability in the public sector.

C. Support environmental management standards.

D. Structure effective dialogue with stakeholders.

34. The United Nations Global Compact is funded by:

A. Membership income.

B. Voluntary government and foundation contributions.

C. Government grants.

D. All of the above.

35. Global audit social standards concentrate on:

A. Internally focused economic benefits for the firm.

B. Externally focused social benefits for the environment.

C. Externally focused social benefits for key stakeholders.

D. All of the above

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