CSR, sustainable development concepts and training services: An organization behavior context

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Shirley Mo-Ching Yeung

DOI:10.22495/cgobr_v2_i2_p1

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Abstract

Since the adoption of UNSDGs in New York in September 2015, quality of education (UNSDG #4) with transferable skills for economic development and social inclusion has been discussed. The application of design thinking with a new perspective of applying ABC costing into training services for innovations and transformations to achieve United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) has become a trend. This paper is to explore the use of ABC costing into pioneer training services of blockchain content-based distribution technology and aromatherapy for well-being with design thinking for realizing the impacts of costing model, the application of CSR/Sustainable Development concepts for quality training services. These findings provide a better understanding of costing, pioneer concepts of design thinking for the applicability of UNSDGs #3 well-being and #4 quality of education in Hong Kong.

Keywords: ABC Costing, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Sustainable Development (SD)

JEL Classification: G34, M14, M2

Received: 08.08.2018

Accepted: 12.11.2018

Published online: 14.11.2018

How to cite this paper: Yeung, S. M.-C. (2018). CSR, sustainable development concepts and training services: An organization behavior context. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 2(2), 7-14. http://doi.org/10.22495/cgobr_v2_i2_p1