Using Data for Good: Return on Investment in Corporate Responsibility


Alliance Data recently hosted a panel discussion at Boston College’s annual Center for Corporate Citizenship Conference on the topic of “Data for Good: Maximizing Impact through Data-Driven Nonprofit Partnerships.” Alliance Data’s Dana Beckman, Director of Corporate Affairs, facilitated a conversation with Tina Weinfurther, President and CEO of nonprofit consulting firm CNM, as well as Daniel Roby, Executive Director of homeless shelter Austin Street Center, on the challenges of both corporate funders and nonprofits in demonstrating return on investment.

New Book Provides an Evidence-based, Step-by-step Process for Creating a Sustainable Business in the 21st Century Competitive Landscape

The Executive’s Guide to 21st Century Corporate Citizenship: How your Company Can Win the Battle for Reputation and Impact
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September 11, 2017 /3BL Media/ - “Because of the magnitude of the challenges and opportunities we face as a society - overpopulation, climate change, inequality, water scarcity - successful executives must be excellent leaders and managers both. This book provides an excellent toolkit to support the important work of our next generation of corporate citizenship leaders - no matter which seats they occupy in their companies.” Andy Boynton, Carroll School of Management, Boston College

6 Tips for Navigating the World of Ratings and Rankings


The world of corporate citizenship ratings and rankings can be intimidating. The options and methods of submitting materials have increased exponentially over the past decade. 

The good news is that companies derive benefits from the disclosure process—it can highlight corporate culture, inform strategy, establish accountability, provide transparency, stimulate dialogue with stakeholders, and engage employees.

Boston College Program Offers Answers to Toughest Community Involvement Challenges

Center for Corporate Citizenship courses in Atlanta tackle partnerships and measurement
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Chestnut Hill, MA – January 18, 2012 – Forming effective community partnerships and demonstrating the value of programs are key challenges for corporate community involvement professionals. The Carroll School of Management Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College offers a pair of courses that can help tackle these challenges.

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