Strategic Management and the Effectiveness of Selected Social Responsibility Programs in Selected Multinational Corporations -- Empirical and Case Approach, with Perceptions of Top Management
Description: The research examines perceptions of top management in U. S. Multinationals (MNCs) about strategic management processes involving social responsibility, particularly issues on plant and employee safety, education and human resources, and health delivery and services. Strategic management processes consider setting objectives, environmental analyses, and evaluation of social responsibility programs emphasizing planning activities. The study focuses on firms' decision making in planning and execution of social responsibility programs and their impact on foreign country environments as perceived by company executives, at corporate headquarters and regional/subsidiary offices.
Date: August 1983
Creator: Haydel, Belmont F. (Belmont Felician)
Partner: UNT Libraries