About author : Mr. Maulik Chandnani is a Commerce Post Graduate, UGC-NET (Commerce) and an Associate Member of Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI). He possesses a rich experience of academics and has been teaching Corporate Laws, Governance and Ethics for more than six years. He is presently serving as an Assistant Professor in the department of Commerce and Management at RNB Global University, Bikaner. He is a research scholar and his specialization lies in the area of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). He is also a Certified CSR Professional as awarded by the ICSI. He is an active contributor in the field of CSR, showcasing his expertise through edited book chapters, research articles, conference papers and impactful book publications.
About book : "Corporate Social Responsibility Transformed: Navigating the Digital Era" encapsulates a profound exploration across ten illuminating chapters. Each segment serves as a guiding light through the dynamic convergence of technology and social responsibility, revealing the profound evolution of CSR in the digital landscape. This meticulously crafted manuscript navigates the intricate terrain where technology intertwines with CSR principles. It dissects the nuances of digital inclusion, cybersecurity, ethical consumption, data-driven strategies and the transformative impact of AI, Blockchain technology and immersive realities within CSR frameworks. The book unfolds as a comprehensive guide, offering strategies and insights to harness the potential of digital platforms for social impact. It culminates in an exploration of the symbiotic relationship between CSR, sustainability and the vast possibilities presented by the Internet of Things (IoT). More than a compilation of chapters, this work presents a holistic tapestry of knowledge, empowering stakeholders to navigate the uncharted territories of a digitally integrated world. It invites scholars, policymakers and business leaders to not only comprehend but actively shape an ethical, sustainable future through the lens of CSR in the digital age.