ADÁMEK, Pavel and Šárka ZAPLETALOVÁ. The Penetration of Business Excellence Model Approach and Interconnection with Corporate Social Responsibility in Emerging Country: A Case Study in the Czech Republic. In Proceedings SIBR Conference on Interdisciplinary Business and Economics Reseach (Volume 6, Issue 5). Hong Kong: Society of Interdisciplinary Business Research, 2017. p. 18-35. ISBN "Neuveden".
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Original name The Penetration of Business Excellence Model Approach and Interconnection with Corporate Social Responsibility in Emerging Country: A Case Study in the Czech Republic
Authors ADÁMEK, Pavel (203 Czech Republic, belonging to the institution) and Šárka ZAPLETALOVÁ (203 Czech Republic, belonging to the institution).
Edition Hong Kong, Proceedings SIBR Conference on Interdisciplinary Business and Economics Reseach (Volume 6, Issue 5), p. 18-35, 2017.
Publisher Society of Interdisciplinary Business Research
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Original language English
Type of outcome Proceedings paper
Field of Study 50204 Business and management
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Publication form electronic version available online
RIV identification code RIV/47813059:19520/17:00010906
Organization unit School of Business Administration in Karvina
ISBN "Neuveden"
ISSN 2223-5078
Keywords in English Business excellence models; Corporate Social Responsibility; National Quality Awards; EFQM excellence model
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Abstract
The paper provides a general approach to explore the suitability of business excellence models (BEMs) to include corporate social responsibility (CSR) and on examples of awarded organizations in national quality awards (NQAs) found the synergic approach in deploying issues of BEMs and corporate social responsibility. The aim of the paper is to provide an overview of the BEMs approach in the Czech Republic and found the relevance with the issues of social responsibility. The study is expected to help in reviewing national business excellence strategies and overview of the collected samples of organizations may help other entities to effectively process reports to use of the synergy of the criteria of the BEMs and CSR within the relevant NQAs or to target on appropriate stakeholders, because despite the robust academic research in the field of CSR and BEMs, reality has pointed to the shadowy side that organizations are not much interested in obtaining back-tested independent institutes in the form of NQAs national approach or verified CSR reports. Although BEMs and CSR have been demonstrated on theoretical level, practice points to different outputs and the organization is only sporadically synergistically propel these two approaches.
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