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Having codes of conduct Forming ethical committees. Using ombudsmen Using ethics training or judicial boards and using social audits. Social Responsibility and Management Introduction During this century there has been much change in what society expects of its institutions and in what managers regard as the proper roles in organization. This change has gradually developed into a new concept of corporate social responsibility. Increasingly many managers are adopting the view that besides the obligations they have to their organizations, they have a personal responsibility to the society. Managers are increasingly being held accountable for the social 247 July 2015 www.fb.com/studycpa effects of their actions. The questions however remain of where such social responsibility begins and where it ends. For example:
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