ISO 26000 Social Responsibility Critical Capabilities

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July 2021
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Make sure your workforce is responsible for developing and executing creative promotional and public relations strategies for your organizations Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives that generate positive publicity, create and activate influencers and advocates and secure buy-in and enthusiasm for your organizations CSR commitments with internal and external audiences. 




  • Engage with environment and corporate social responsibility.

  • Govern and address your social responsibility.

  • Create social responsibility and public accountability to protect the public good.

  • Better embed the ethics/social responsibility component in your programs.

  • Measure the success of efforts in corporate social responsibility.

  • Understand the corporate social responsibility.

  • Measure your corporate social responsibility.

  • Undertake your corporate social responsibility.

  • Tie safety and social responsibility together as part of good organizational governance.

  • Measure the impact of your social responsibility programs.




The Art of Service has identified hundreds of ISO 26000 critical capabilities and use cases to assess and compare, or prepare for, your assessment results. Leaders should select a result that best aligns with their business needs before implementing a solution.

The Art of Service's Critical Capabilities evaluates hundreds of results to help with the outcome selection process.

This Critical Capabilities report will enable leaders to shortlist hundreds of appropriate results across the seven RDMAICS typical use cases, this research will help guide leaders' choices.

This Analysis will help you plan your ISO 26000 roadmap.

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What You Need to Know


  • Recognize results
  • Define results
  • Measure results
  • Analyze results
  • Improve results
  • Control results
  • Sustain results

The Art of Service Methodology

155 Reviews

  • 5
    Hannah H. - Strategy Associate, Corporate Responsibility, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.

    Posted by Hannah H. on 23rd Jul 2021

    Bringing together global issues of ecological sustainability, strategic human resource management, organizational change, corporate social responsibility, leadership and community renewal, this new edition of the guide further develops its unified approach to corporate sustainability and its plan of action to bring about corporate change.

  • 5
    Know when your organization is behaving ethically.

    Posted by Rebecca R. on 23rd Jul 2021

    Rebecca R., Manager, The North Face

  • 4
    Prepare employees to be good future engaged citizens.

    Posted by Frances P. on 18th Jul 2021

    Frances P., Care Coordinator, Evolent Health

  • 4
    Great initiative and timing to release the requirements! And thanks a lot for sharing it with us!

    Posted by Pierre V. on 14th Jul 2021

    Pierre V. B2B Product & Content Marketing

  • 5
    Thank you, these are great!

    Posted by NATALIE F. on 13th Jul 2021

    NATALIE F. Healthcare Information Technology Consultant

  • 5
    Move forward effectively.

    Posted by Rachel C. on 13th Jul 2021

    Rachel C., Corporate Governance Analyst, T. Rowe Price

  • 5
    Define integrity.

    Posted by Spencer J. on 10th Jul 2021

    Spencer J., Sustainability, Inc.

  • 5
    It is a pleasure to know about new tools to improve our performance. Let me congratulate to you about your new achievement.

    Posted by Marta C. on 9th Jul 2021

    MARTA C., Cybersecurity and Antifraud Consultant

  • 5
    Balance short term and long term projects.

    Posted by Jorge N. on 9th Jul 2021

    Jorge N., Professor and Endowed Chair in Ethics and Corporate Responsibility, Texas State University