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The Enablers and Outcomes of CSR Performance in the Transport Logistics Industry

The Enablers and Outcomes of CSR Performance in the Transport Logistics Industry

We invite you to share your experience and knowledge by contributing to this survey.

PHD Candidate Schavana Phillips from RMIT University in Melbourne is investigating the effects of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on performance. Her research is guided by two leading RMIT specialist academics on the supervisory team, Dr. Vinh Thai and Dr. Zaheed Halim. The research aims to examine the influence of Leadership and Culture on Performance but within the realm of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) which has not previously been studied and is perhaps one of the first studies that examines the linkage between CSR leadership, culture and performance.

 

The Enablers and Outcomes of CSR Performance in the Transport Logistics Industry

My name is Schavana Phillips and I would like to invite you to share your experience and knowledge with us by responding to the online survey questionnaire. Your participation will contribute and help to enhance knowledge on the above topic.

The Survey can be accessed by clicking on the following link:  

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE TRANSPORT INDUSTRY

I am a PhD Candidate at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia and my PhD involves investigating the effects of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on performance.  My research is guided by two leading RMIT specialist academics on the supervisory team, Dr. Vinh Thai and Dr. Zaheed Halim. The research aims to examine the influence of Leadership and Culture on Performance but within the realm of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) which has not previously been studied and is perhaps one of the first studies that examines the linkage between CSR leadership, culture and performance.

For your added information, all research in Australia involving humans is reviewed by an independent group of people called a Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC), this project being approved by the RMIT University HREC.  This project will be carried out according to the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007). This statement has been developed to protect the interests of people who agree to participate in human research studies. If you want any further information concerning this project, you can contact the following person:

Dr. Vinh Thai / Phone: +61 3 9925 5014 / Email: [email protected]

Your participation will help to enhance knowledge of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and an understanding of CSR Culture and CSR Leadership on CSR Performance.  At the same time such enhanced knowledge may help to highlight areas of improvement in relation to your organisation’s program on CSR.

Thank you for your participation and I look forward to seeing your invaluable responses.