Materiality Course: What Matters for Companies and Stakeholders

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Materiality Course: What Matters for Companies and Stakeholders

Use this tool to prioritize the CSR issues that are most important to your stakeholders and business, enabling you to be more strategic and effective.

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The Materiality tool helps accurately prioritize the #CSR issues that matter to your company. Take the @BCCCC Course:
Tuesday, November 15, 2016 - 8:00am

January 18, 2017 | SCOTTSDALE, AZ

November 15, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Whether reporting on your company’s impacts, creating a corporate citizenship strategy, or evaluating a current program, a materiality assessment will help by conveying the areas of greatest significance to your company and society. A materiality assessment accurately prioritizes the corporate citizenship issues that are most important to your stakeholders and business context, enabling you to more strategically allocate time and resources. A materiality matrix, the result of this process, provides a succinct and informative picture for those audiences and serves as an internal decision-making roadmap. 

This one-day interactive workshop will give you an opportunity to explore issues and develop a materiality matrix for your industry sector and your company in a practical way. 

Join Us and Learn:

  • How to identify and prioritize stakeholders using key attributes of influence, legitimacy, and urgency.
  • To describe issue lives cycles and explain their impacts.
  • To evaluate different styles of corporate materiality matrices to determine the one most appropriate for your company.
  • How to apply the materiality assessment process to your company to identify corporate citizenship priorities.

Date and Location: January 18, 2017; Scottsdale, AZ


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The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship is a leader in the field of corporate citizenship helping corporate social responsibility (CSR) professionals maximize business and social value through tools and knowledge enabling them to achieve more through environmental, social, and governance investments. Founded in 1985, the Center draws on the community of professionals, original research, and resources of the Boston College Carroll School of Management. The membership-supported organization engages more than 10,000 individuals annually across its network of more than 420 member companies. For more information, visit