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Author Isaacs, Andrew M., author

Title Okta for good : pursuing innovation and impact in corporate social responsibility / Andrew M. Isaacs, Natàlia Costa i Coromina, Adam Rosenzweig
Published London : The Berkeley-Haas Case Series. University of California, Berkeley. Haas School of Business, 2019
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Summary Okta, a leader in identity and access management (IAM) software based in San Francisco, CA, has developed a unique and ambitious model for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The founders demonstrated high-level commitment by setting aside equity for CSR pre-IPO. In only a few years, Okta has created a solid framework for social impact and given generously to its global communities while keeping its social impact in sync with its core business. Going forward, Okta is considering how to sustain social impact during economic downturns, grow its employee volunteer programs, and evolve its CSR model as the company matures. The model was inspired by Pledge 1%, a framework for corporate philanthropy adopted by thousands of companies around the world, guiding them to give 1% of their profit, product, and people's time toward charitable causes
Notes Originally Published InIsaacs, A., Costa i Coromina, N. and Rosenzweig, A. (2019). Okta for Good: Pursuing Innovation and Impact in Corporate Social Responsibility. The Berkeley-Haas Case Series. University of California, Berkeley. Haas School of Business
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Subject Okta -- Case studies
Business ethics -- California -- San Francisco -- Case studies
Social responsibility of business -- California -- San Francisco -- Case studies
Business ethics.
Social responsibility of business.
California -- San Francisco.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Costa i Coromina, Natàlia, author
Rosenzweig, Adam, author.
ISBN 1529724511
9781529724516