Sunday, March 31, 2013

What is Corporate Social Capital?

From the link:

  • Corporate social capital is defined as processes of forming and mobilizing social actors’ network connections within and between organizations to gain access to other actors’ resources.
  • Corporate Social Capital is the social capital -- good relationships, bonding, cooperation, partnerships, and trust -- among corporations. 
  • Cooperation is especially important in the case of R&D teams of organizations. 

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