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This nonprofit changed its philanthropic focus to better serve veterans
USAA is a unique kind of bank. It was created during the 1920s when army officers had to insure one another's cars because no traditional insurance company would.
Measurement must keep up with evolving social efforts
Measuring and evaluating social outcomes presents a unique challenge for corporations.
Investing in society
The last year has been extraordinary, with traditions upended and instability the norm. Overwhelmingly, however, businesses have emerged as a steadying force.
The new normal of corporate giving
Companies must address short-term shareholder calls for investment returns while meeting broader stakeholder expectations for long-term social impact. But how?
Should every CEO be an activist?
Daryl Brewster, the CEO of CECP, explores the idea that speaking out is becoming a 21st century requirement for the leaders of major companies.
Starting strong in corporate societal engagement leadership: your first 90 days
Congratulations! You’ve earned a senior role in your company’s societal engagement function. Now what?