Corporate Social Responsibility and the Project Manager


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Good presentation.


excellent presentation with lot of case study...


Thanks to Jennifer for detail of relationship between our project's goal and society...I think it will be better for me in my future co-operations.




I enjoyed the Webinar so much that I wished it could last for more than 40mins. Excellently delivered and articulated.


Good presentation about social responsibility for corporate and Project Manager.


Interesting concepts and wonderfully delivered.


Very informative and interesting contents in this presentation , though the video quality is not up to the mark. Thanks Jennifer for sharing.


Great overall presentation; what appealed to me the most was the brief touch on sustainability.. interestingly that subject has deeper roots today -almost 7 years later - wonder why there were no such mainstream discussions and at wider scale on this subject in 2001 (7yrs prior to this presentation).. funny how time also evolves our perspectives & perceptions :=)


Interesting concepts and very good delivery. On the other hand, it is very curious how things have change since 2008.


Good content and interesting concepts.


I think a lot has changed since 2008 when this was presented. I am curious how this presentation would change if delivered in 2013.


Interesting concepts. I located one of the CSR rating sites that Jennifer mentioned and looked up my own company's ratings,


Good delivery and the content is OK, but I do fundamentally disagree with the whole premise of Corporate Social Responsibility. I think Milton Freedman was right - CSR is a nonsense. Corporations can not and do not have social responsibilities, people do! Milton Freedman, a warm and carrying man and a brilliant economist (regardless of the fact whether ones agrees or disagrees with his theories), was often misunderstood and vilified. Anyway, I think most of the examples made in the presentation hold true, but need to be interpreted differently - those corporations pursued their own (shareholder) interests and in the process created unintended (or sometimes intended) positive consequences. Apparently, this is how free and open markets work :)


Good content and a lot of material. Seemed geared more for larger organizations.


I would also like to have a power point presentation for this video. Good Stuff otherwise...


I would like to have the powerpoint presentation to refer to during the video while Jennifer Russell is talking. I will be watching it again.


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