Corporate Social Development
Being a step ahead of the competition in the global arena is vitally important for companies today. A Challenging corporate vision, demanding business goals, and proper organizational alignment enable companies to act successfully and design organizational and management structures to fit their strategic goals by involving both management and employees-broad-based participation and acceptance. Whether the issue is strategic or organizational development, transformation, or boosting efficiency- it provides complete value chain of strategy and organization including value-based management and post-merger integration. The process of corporate development can also be applied to the task of growing the company through mergers and acquisitions.
Rajanikant Verma has done B Com (Hons), M Com, M Phil, and PhD from University of Delhi (Submitted) and completed diploma in Computers from DOEACC Society , India. He is an Assistant Professor in the Commerce Department of Zakir Husain Post Graduate (Eve) College, University of Delhi. His areas of specializations are Management, Strategic Management, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Structure and Organizational Development. He has approximately ten years of teaching and research experience in various college of University of Delhi and others. He has been a regular contributor of numerous articles in a variety of professional journals and has presented more than ten research papers in various national and International Conferences and has conducted number of workshops and seminars at the organizational level. Nevertheless he has been actively involved in the administrative process at the University and College level.
1. Corporate Social Development: An Introduction --Pg. 1
2.Historical and Contemporary Context of Corporate Social Development --Pg. 9
3.Corporate Social Responsibility as Business Strategy --Pg.35
4. Social Development Theory --Pg. 89
5. Paradigm Shift of Corporate Sector Participation in Social Development --Pg. 137
6. Contemporary Views and Concept --Pg. 225
7. Current Approaches to Funding in Social Development --Pg. 277
Bibliography --Pg. 309
Index --Pg. 313