Is Corporate Social Responsibility Dead During This Economic Crisis?

I recently responded to a question posed on another site about whether Corporate Social Responsibilty (CSR) is dead during our current economic crisis. Here is the answer I offered…
I would say that the opposite is true. Economic survival requires that the number of companies taking CSR seriously will actually increase during this economic downturn… especially as more companies embrace a more complete view of the inextricable connection between long-term economic sustainability and CSR.

Revisioning Your Business Plan for 2009

Ginny Ollis, CRS, SRES, GRI, whom San Diego Magazine gave a 2008 FIVE STAR award for Best Real Estate Agent in the Client Satisfaction category, wrote the following about an article of mine that appeared in the Winter 2009 Issue of Biz San Diego Magazine:


Dr Gruder Interviewed About Energy Psychology on the Simone Zone

An Ingenious Proposal From One of My Less Favorite People

I confess to not being a big fan of Michael Moore. Yet, in honor of what I hope is truly the dawn of Transpartisanism, I offer below the essence of his proposal for how the U.S. Congress might address the financial mess the Big Three automobile makers (Ford, Chrysler and General Motors) are in. Moore’s proposal is followed by my comments about it.

Here is the three-pronged plan Michael Moore proposed on December 3, 2008: