Case Study Analysis: Coca-Cola Amatil

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WESTERN SYDNEY UNIVERSITY – THE COLLEGE CASE STUDY EVALUATION Coca-Cola Amatil By Tania Habib 18672507 Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability & Ethics 20/09/2016 Introduction The aim of this report is to demonstrate an understanding of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Sustainability, and Ethics and evaluate the practical application they hold by a multinational corporation (MNC) such as Coca-Cola Amatil. The key elements in the case study such as Coca-Cola’s innovative water recovery system and the allegations of the abandonment of India’s bottling plant plans are all key points. The case study is very important as it outlines the importance of CSR and sustainability and elements and how an organization…show more content…
Drying up farmers’ wells and destroying local agriculture was what was afraid to happen. The company had also violated worker’s right’s. as a result, to this Coca-Cola violated the ethical theory code of conduct which is a list of abiding norms within the organization. The code of conduct for Coca-Cola includes; the organization must act with integrity, be honest, follow the law, comply with the code and be accountable. However, the company clearly has violated the code of conduct which it has done the opposite of what has been stated in the code of conduct. Question 4: Determine why MNCs such as Coca Cola are increasingly addressing their social and environmental impacts? As stated by Hubert Patricot Social issues and environmental issues are the main focus of their sustainability plan which includes the way they report their progress and outcomes and set their aims/goals. Engaging with their stakeholders on issues that concern them derived improved performance, greater employee engagement, and stronger connections locally. Also stated by John Brock “Forward-thinking businesses will be able to turn the societal and environmental challenges we face into an opportunity”. Question5: How do Coca Cola other MNCs address their social and environmental…show more content…
Coca-Cola Enterprises believes that immediate action is to be undergone in regard to climate change one of the biggest risks for their organization. The organization recognizes the pert they must participate in addressing environmental impacts such as climate change. By saying this they are trying to grow a low-carbon company and motivate consumers and stakeholders to lead a better outlook for a more dependable future. Coca-Cola enterprises has come up with a strategy to reduce the carbon footprint of their organization. It focuses on three subjects; measuring the carbon footprint, setting targets and coming up with roadmaps to help reduce carbon and driving innovation. Coca-Cola are reducing their social impacts by working to increase recycling rates, this will in time help them to make more material to produce into new bottles and cans. Coca-Cola will reduce the carbon footprint in the drink by a third. Conclusion In conclusion The aim of the report was to demonstrate an understanding of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Sustainability, and Ethics and evaluate the practical application they hold by a multinational corporation (MNC) such as Coca-Cola Amatil. In the report it outlined how Coca-Cola as an MNC worked through their environmental and social implications and how they addressed them. Therefore, Coca-Cola was trying to build back their reputation which was tarnished by

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