Case 12.1 Competing Vision at Malden Mills

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Case 12.1: Competing Visions at Malden Mills Jamie Rhoads OMM640: Business Ethics and Social Responsibility Dr. Gardner September 29, 2011
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Aaron Feuerstein's view of corporate social responsibility is that the CEO must take care of the shareholders but that they also have a responsibility to the community and workers. Take a position on whether or not this view is possible in business today? I do think that this view is possible in business today and it has to be possible within all organizations. Organizations have a responsibility to their community, workers, and shareholders and must commit to maintaining this responsibility. What an organization is capable of offering to each group is vastly different from one another, which can make it difficult for organizations to uphold their commitments. Organizations promise their shareholders growth, profit, and sustainability within their industry. To their local communities organizations promise to give back and provide the community resources in
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course BUS 550 taught by Professor Rupe during the Spring '11 term at Ashford University.

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