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CSR and the Triple Bottom Line

Corporate Social Responsibility

Coined in the early 1990s, the term ‘triple bottom line’ is often used in dialogue around corporate social responsibility to define the three interrelated areas by which modern companies should measure their success: people, planet and profit. Students will gain valuable insight into how the triple bottom line affects business operations in a practical, measurable sense by seeing it explained in the context of multi-national retailer, Marks & Spencer.

Rating: E
Production Year: 2019
Duration: 7 min
Series: Corporate Social Responsibility
Printable Resources: Yes

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