How to measure CSR : Parameters of measuring CSR (Conscience, Sustainability & Reputation)

Our plan (28.8.2017 to 31.03.2019)
Initially we were thinking CSR is just Corporate Social Respnsibility. In 2010, we started calling it as Corporate Sustainability & Reputation.
Of course we knew that every individual & institution lives in social atmosphere. So people & world must be taken care of by all.
But after 28.08.2013, we started equating CSR to Conscience Sustainability & Reputation, which means three things.
1) In life, one is known by money.
It can be individuals who the world calls it as below the poverty line or middle class or upper middle class or millionaires or billionairs.
It can be for profit or not for profit institutions which must have money to survive & grow.
It is important to have money. (One can easily know that the money we donate to gods is higher than the money we give it to below the poverty line persons..)
But decide how much money you & your family needs in this life.
And yes, we want you to have good conscience.
2) Sustainability : Individuals & institutions must be sustainable
3) Reputation : Individuals & institutions must have good reputation. Dont we say this company has good reputation or this NGO has good reputation or this government has good reputation or this individual has good reputation ... and everyone knows that reputation is much larger than money. We have seen reputation of companies people thought was good just goes down because of issues like governance or ethics. So building reputation takes a lot of time but reducing reputation to zero or in minus ranks takes hardly any time. It is just like a tree takes lot of years to grow but to cut that tree with modern equipments takes hardly few hours.
We know that one calls millionaires who earned / made lot of money by bad / corrupt behaviour as financially good individuals or institutions. They make publicity with part of that money and think they are well known. But it is myopic thinking. Yes, infront of them, people may call them good person but people know that they aer not at all good and reputed (Yes, people may call them as persons with bad reputation)

We have shared the parameters to judge CSR (Conscience Sustainability & Reputation) below.
Between 28.7.2017 to 31.3.2019, we will do research and share the concepts and examples of each part of parameter. And yes, we call this large tree as "Sustainability & Reputation tree"

If you want us to add any parameters in any stakeholder like corporates, NGOs, individuals ...... send a mail to Datacentre

Sustainability tree top
Purpose
Vision
Mission

Sustainability tree roots
Accountability
Culture
Ethics
Governance
Investing in future
Privacy
Safety
Security
Transperency
Trust
Values
Workplace

Regulations/ compliances
Self regulation
Industry regulations
Government regulations
International Agreements

Financial resources

Organisation environment

Organisation health

Reporting
One report for all
Annual Report
GRI
CSR / CR Report
Performance Rep ort
SHE / EHS Report
Sustainability Report
Stakeholder dialogue

Networking
Industry Networking
Government Networking
International Networking

Sustainability
Sustainability of
organisations

Sustainability of
programmes


Reputation

Reputation of
organisations
Reputation
of
programmes


 
Business Processes
Administration
Advertising
Aftersales
Base of pyramid innovation
Business Continuity
Cause related marketing
Conservation
Consumer Satisfaction
Corporate Affairs
Costcutting
Extended Producers Responsibility
Finance
Gender
Governance
Green Innovations
Human Resources
Industrial Relations
Information Technology
Innovation
Jobs created for disabled
Jobs created for locals
Jobs created for poor
Jobs created for women
Labour
Legal issues
Logistics
Management Continuity
Manufacturing
Marketing
Materials
Mining
Occupation Health
Packaging
Patents
Process effect
Procurement
Product effect
Product innovations
Products
Public Relations
Purchase
Quality Control
Rehabilitation
Replenishment
Research
Research & Development
Responsible Consumption
Safety
Science Education
Services
Supply chain
Technology
Waste Management
Women Participation

 
People & planet policies
People & Planet policies
Accountability
Accounting Practices
Addiction
Adoption
Advertising
Affirmative Action
Anticorruption
Antidiscrimination
Antimoney laundering
Bribery
Capacity Building
Child Labour
Climate Change
Code of conduct
Competition
Confidential information
Conflicts of interest
Content policy
Data Protection
Disclosure policy
Diversity
Employee relations
Employing Disabled
Energy
Environment
Ethics
Executive Sabbatical
Exit Interview
Gender
Gifts
GLBT
Health
HIV/AIDS
Human Resources
Human Rights
Inclusivity
Integrity
Intellectual Property Labour
Material sourcing
Maternity Leave
Mining
Orientation
Other ../policies
Paternity Leave
Philanthropic support
Political support
Privacy
Product Donations
Product policy
Project financing
Public policy
Quality
Replacement & rehab
Research & Dev
Safety Policy
Securities Trading
Sexual Harrasment
Shareholder resolution
SHE policy
Stakeholder mgmt
Supplier relations
Supply Chain
Trade secrets
Treatment to animals
Waste Management
Water
Whistle blower policy
Women Participation
Worker Exploitation
Workplace harassement
 

Systems & Indices
Systems & indices
Carbon Disclosure project
CEO Water Mandate
Equator Principles
FTS 400
Global Business Coalition on HIV / AIDS
Global compact
Global Sullivan principles
GRI
MDGs
SA 8000
Triple Bottom Line
UN Convention Against corruption
UN Universal declaration on Human Rights
UNEP Finance Initiative

 

 

Volunteering
Investing time
Community based
volunteering

Skill based volunteering
Core competency
volunteering

Human thinking process
based volunteering

Donation of body
Donation of books
Donation of clothes
Donation of computers
Donation of eyes
Donation of household products
Donation of money
Donation of organs
Donation of product
Donation of products

 

 

Social issues
Community &
Philanthropy

Child health
Livelihood
Skill development
Sustainable Development

Climate Change
Blood banks
Medicinal gardens
Accidents
Addiction
Adoption
Affirmative action
Agriculture
Art & Craft
Cancer
Caste
Children
Culture
Disability - Diffrently abled
Ecotourism
Education
Employment
Energy
Environment
Financial inclusion
Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals, Transgenders
HIV / AIDS
Health
Heritage
Housing
Human Rights
Income Generation
Justice
Marine Life
Mental Health
Microfinance
Minorities
Natural Resources
Nutrition
Packaging
Peace of Mind
Population
Poverty
Prisoners
Religions
Rural Development
Sanitation
Senior Citizens
Slums
Sports
Suicides
Sustainable Development
Trafficking
Tribals
Urban Development
Waste Management
Water
Wildlife
Women
Youth