Collaboration as a Medium for Effective Corporate Social Responsibility
School of Business | Bachelor's thesis
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(Mikkeli) Bachelor’s Program in International Business
AbstractBased on the qualitative research conducted with C-level executives this research proves that the three most predominant variables which determine a collaborations success are mutual trust, effective contractual practices, and a mutual understanding of common goals, values, and visions. By strongly implementing these into a collaboration, a partnership can amplify the end result of a collaborative effort and by using the concept of CSV as a source for alignment of mutual vision, a firm within a partnership can witness a multitude of different benefits to both their business and society.
Thesis advisorMironska, Dominika
creating shared value, collaboration, corporate social responsibility, CSR, partnerships, Finland