Commentary: A CSR Result Worth Measuring

Most meeting activities aimed at satisfying a commitment to corporate social responsibility are meaningful to meeting professionals and to a small minority of participants, but mostly irrelevant to the social, economic, and environmental goals with which our organizations are trying to align.

Don’t get me wrong. I love projects that bring meetings together with host communities. Not every program is the kind of home run that Timberland Corp. achieved with its

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