Exploring the benefits of CSI on growth of emerging SMEs in Namibia
Corporate Social Investment (CSI) implementation leads to business growth among the emerging SMEs.
This book focus on the roles of the management in implementing CSI, the CSI benefits, as well as the challenges of implementing CSI.
This study reviews the instrumental and political theories to understand the dynamics of CSI from the perspectives of the emerging SMEs.
It attempted a combination of methods of analysis namely content and textual analysis in analysing the qualitative data.
The study found that emerging SMEs can embrace CSI portfolios as part of social responsibility within the scope of their finances.
Furthermore, Lock and Key fulfil the social responsibility of caring for the environment through the clearing of the disposed of metals from the environment and sell goods and services at affordable price.
This act tally with the bottom of the economic pyramid theory.
Geoffrey is a Senior Lecturer and HoD in the Department of Management at the Namibia University of Science and Technology-NUST.
He has worked as principal, lecturer, and senior researcher in various institutions.
He holds a PhD in International and Comparative Education and a Certificate in Teacher Education.
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