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This course provides theory and practical working concepts in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), exploring cases that demonstrate potentiality of CSR may have to improve communities. Students will learn how to leverage corporate structures and nonprofits’ experience to undertake CSR activities that have real public benefit, the relationship between philanthropy and corporate self-interest, and how ventures can assess whether they are doing good CSR.


This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.


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Course Credit:   University of Pennsylvania

Course Curriculum

Module: 01
01 Peter Frumkin to Strategic Corporate Responsibility 00:16:00
02 Lonneke Roza Introduction to Strategic Corporate Responsibility 00:12:00
03 Robert Bird Introduction to Strategic Corporate Responsibility 00:13:00
04 Femida Handy Introduction to Strategic Corporate Responsibility 00:04:00
05 Human Resources Benefits of CSR 00:14:00
Module: 02
06 Marketing and Benefits of CSR 00:08:00
07 Operational Benefits of CSR 00:08:00
08 Firm | Employee Value Congruence 00:12:00
09 Employee Lifecycle Management via CSR 00:13:00
10 Employee Engagement in CSR 00:09:00
Module: 03
11 Stimulating Employee Engagement in CSR 00:11:00
12 Building Community Trust 00:04:00
13 Three Models and Four Strategies of CSR Engagement 00:17:00
14 Nonprofit Engagement in CSR 00:16:00
15 Partner Selection for Nonprofits 00:05:00
16 Nonprofit Partnering with Corporate Foundation v. CSR 00:08:00
Module: 04
17 SMART Criteria for Community Engagement 00:03:00
18 Changing Models of Corporate Philanthropy in India over Time 00:11:00
19 A Statist Model of CSR in India 00:07:00
20 Family business and corporate philanthropy in India 00:16:00
21 Modern CSR & corporate philanthropy in India 00:06:00
22 Government and corporate social responsibility in India 00:08:00
Module: 05
23 Command & Control Leadership’s Mismatch with Values-Based CSR 5252 00:04:00
24 How to Leverage Values-Based Leadership for Effective CSR 00:07:00
25 The Tone at the Top and Standards of Ethical Conduct 00:10:00
26 How to Implement Tone at the Top: Codes of Conduct 00:11:00
27 How Might We Develop an Effective Corporate Code? 00:07:00
Module: 06
28 Engaging Employees in a Higher Purpose 00:15:00
29 Measurement and Attribution 00:08:00
30 Employees Doing Meaningful CSR 00:10:00
31 Logic Models 00:19:00
32 Scorecards 00:18:00
33 Course Conclusion 00:01:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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