Successful Corporate Citizenship: What Sets Leading Companies Apart?

Over the years of working extensively with countless corporations, TCC Group has developed a framework, Successful Corporate Citizenship – What Sets Leading Companies Apart, for identifying the key elements of building an effective corporate citizenship approach. TCC’s Director of Corporate Services, Tom Knowlton, lays out the four elements of this framework:

  1. Strategy (“fundamental”)
  2. Implementation (“fundamental”)
  3. Engaged Leadership (“accelerator”)
  4. Culture (“accelerator”)

Within the briefing paper, specific snapshots show the elements in action at Novo Nordisk, Monsanto, Wells Fargo, and Medtronic.

Read the full briefing paper “Successful Corporate Citizenship: What Sets Leading Companies Apart?” >

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Tom Knowlton

Tom Knowlton

Partner and Director of Corporate Services
Thomas W. Knowlton, partner and director of the Corporate Practice at TCC Group, has extensive experience in the field of corporate citizenship. Since joining TCC Group, Knowlton has worked with a number of corporate clients, primarily leading strategic planning projects and developing high impact programs and approaches that fully mobilize a company’s unique resources to provide significant social and business impact. Knowlton has deep experience in the retail, financial services, energy and health industries; recent clients include ConocoPhillips, Ascena Group, Wells Fargo, Wells Fargo Regional Foundation, Medtronic, Starwood, Independence Blue Cross, Pfizer, Goldman Sachs, PepsiCo, Monsanto, Tufts Health Plan Foundation, Nestle Waters North America, Coca-Cola, Hess, Chevron, Computer Associates, and Kraft. Relevant nonprofit projects include strategy assistance for Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Program and United Way Worldwide’s efforts to refine their partnership approach with corporations.