Corporate Social Responsibility | CSR

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is based on the assumption that the responsibility of the company does not end with the production of goods and provision of services, and the consequent creation of economic value. Organisations should be conceived as open systems which interact with a multiplicity of individuals and groups - stakeholders - and through this interaction are able to contribute to creating or destroying a value that goes beyond economic value; this can be defined as social value.
CSR is therefore a new management model which, through the management of relationships with the various stakeholders, has the potential to affect competitiveness, sustain the company's reputation and stimulate innovation and excellence in response to stakeholders' expectations.

CSR assessment and strategic planning

Cogitek can assist its clients in defining a "Road Map to CSR" by supporting them in a process of growth and the progressive inclusion of CSR issues in corporate strategy, by mapping the relevant stakeholders and drafting Codes of Values, commitments, actions and indicators that are in line with the criteria of major international benchmarks (e.g. ISO 26001, SDGs) so as not to neglect the quality of their relations with interlocutors who can influence the company's operations.

Sustainability Reporting

Non-financial reporting satisfies a demand for information that is not only limited to the company's economic objectives, but also concerns the direct and indirect social and environmental outcomes achieved by the organisation in the course of its activities.
The aim of corporate responsibility or sustainability reporting is therefore to report economic, social and environmental results by measuring and evaluating the company's performance and the impact of its activities in relation to its own objectives and the expectations of its stakeholders.
In this context, Cogitek supports its clients in the following activities:
  • assistance with the planning and development of non-financial reporting (Corporate Responsibility or Sustainability Reports, Non-Financial Statements, Environmental Reports, Social Reports etc), in accordance with the relevant best practice;
  • "stakeholder engagement" activities geared to gathering stakeholders' ideas, perceptions and expectations, partly in order to identify issues to be addressed in reporting;
  • assistance in identifying systems for the collection, collation and control of data and non-financial information in accordance with the requirements of relevant best practice;
  • verification of the contents of non-financial reports and the reliability of the reporting system.
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