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A Reply to Johnson & Johnson’s Comments on Shared Value
By: Phil Preston | 5 years 10 months ago | Permalink
This post responds to the Devex Impact article, Shared value not required for corporate commitment to social good by staff writer Adva Saldinger, which highlights an interview with Patrick McCrummen at Johnson & Johnson. In the interview, McCrummen says that J&J doesn’t “subscribe to the Porter idea of shared value.” Devex further summarizes: “He said the company chooses programs and... more
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In the Philippines, Business Takes on Disaster Relief
By: Rapa Lopa | 5 years 10 months ago | Permalink
I would like to take this opportunity give the Shared Value network an update on the latest developments regarding recovery and reconstruction efforts here in the Philippines and the evolving role that the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) is playing. Just yesterday, PBSP has partnered with the Philippine Disaster Recovery Foundation and other non-PBSP member... more
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What Does Creating Shared Value Mean for the Nonprofit Sector?
By: Jocelyne Daw | 5 years 10 months ago | Permalink
This post originally appeared as a blog post on the JS Daw & Associates website. When JS Daw & Associates announced our new role as certified Shared Value consultants, it prompted much feedback – from notes of congratulations to specific questions and queries about specialized services. But one email stood out – “What does this mean for the nonprofit sector? How will it affect... more
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Leading Funder Recognized for Its Corporate Responsibility
By: Meghan Ennes | 5 years 10 months ago | Permalink
Shared value pioneer Nestlé continues to pave the way for corporate responsibility. Our funding partner most recently received the honor of topping the list in this year’s Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting by KPMG. In a survey of 250 of the world’s largest companies, Nestlé was one of just 10 firms that scored at least 90 out of a possible 100 for CR reporting quality – leapfrogging... more
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Employees Are More than Costs: Workforce Development in America
By: Meghan Ennes | 5 years 10 months ago | Permalink
Fast food workers across the U.S. walked off the job last week, demanding higher wages. This strike follows a 58-city walkout that was held last August, and commemorates the day that industry employees across New York City refused to work a year ago. During this strike in New York, there were reports of protesters gathered around fast food chains, chanting, “We can't survive on $7.25,” or the... more
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CSV good practices in financial sector
By: satia marchese daelli | 5 years 10 months ago | Permalink
Hi all, I am looking for CSV good practices in the financial sector. I don’t know why I cannot find good examples in this sector. Can you please provide me some examples? Thanx!   Satia (Avanzi - APS Network, Italy)
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CSV good practices in financial sector
By: satia marchese daelli | 5 years 10 months ago | Permalink
  Hi all, I am looking for CSV good practices in the financial sector. I don’t know why I cannot find good examples in this sector. Can you please provide me some examples? Thanx!   Satia (Avanzi - APS Network, Italy)
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What India’s New CSR Rules Mean for Companies
By: Meghan Ennes | 5 years 10 months ago | Permalink
If you’re running a company in India, you may notice some changes in how Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) plans are run and monitored. The country’s political leaders have noted that though the country’s economy had grown impressively in recent decades, it’s stumbled in the past couple of years – and some credit this to the increasing, staggering gap between the nation’s richest and poorest... more
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The Bridge Between Business and Society
By: Luis Ernesto Salinas | 5 years 10 months ago | Permalink
Colombia-based RS magazine—associated with Centro Internacional de Responsibilidad Social y Sostenibilidad—just published new pieces by Shared Value Initiative senior adivors Michael E. Porter and Mark Kramer, as well as consulting affiliates Sentido Comun and Compartamos con Colombia. You can find the article here in Spanish.  La revista RS, publicación del Centro Internacional de... more
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The Big Trends Changing Community Development
By: Andrew Macleod | 5 years 10 months ago | Permalink
This article originally appeared on the Harvard Business review Blog here and at the Future Australia Blog here. Big trends in business and society tend to march along at a measured pace. When change happens fast in some area, it’s usually because multiple trends are converging to accelerate the process. This is what is going on now in community development. Three lines of progress are... more
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