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Zeev Likwornik's picture
ICT enabled CSV presentation at the Ben Guryon University in Israel
By: Zeev Likwornik | 5 years 11 months ago | Permalink
Hi Everyone, On 27th of June 2013 i had the privilege to initiate a presentation on ICT enabled CSV at the Ben Guryon University in Israel. The Presentation was followed by a panel that i have initiated and led dealing with CSV and the Fourth Sector in Israel and in the world. Both events were extremely successful and provoked lots of thought leadership as well as questions... more
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Andrew Macleod's picture
Why go it alone in Community Development
By: Andrew Macleod | 5 years 11 months ago | Permalink
Reposted from my originial article at HBR here: http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2012/06/why_go_it_alone_in_community_d.html   Drive down a typical highway and you'll see a succession of billboards, each one a stand-alone advertisement for a single brand. Watch a Grand Prix race, on the other hand, and you note a different approach: every car carries a multitude of brands. These... more
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Richard Welford's picture
Disaster Relief, Financial Inclusion and Shared Value
By: Richard Welford | 5 years 11 months ago | Permalink
Disaster relief and financial inclusion: two important development issues, but not perhaps ones that you’d expect to see tackled as part of the same programme. Visa however, has been doing just that. Using its core expertise in electronic payment systems, Visa has been working alongside governments and NGOs to facilitate the delivery of aid payments to people affected by disasters and... more
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Richard Welford's picture
Shared Value in Asia
By: Richard Welford | 5 years 11 months ago | Permalink
In this week's CSR Asia Weekly, you can find an article that I have written laying out the landscape for Shared Value in Asia. There remain huge challenges in the region that businesses can help to address through commercial activities in communities. I lay out a number of different approaches consistent with the Shared Value philosophy that could go a long way to meeting social needs. Read the... more
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Peter Sokol's picture
Czech Media and Shared Value
By: Peter Sokol | 5 years 11 months ago | Permalink
On Monday, June 17th, CSR Consult hosted a panel debate with four representatives of Czech media who discussed the idea of creating shared value as a future opportunity for the development of corporate social responsibility in the Czech Republic. Approximately thirty representatives of various companies from the Czech Republic joined the event. The event was a part of the Shared Value... more
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Angela Simo Brown's picture
Using Rewards and Co-Creation to Build Shared Value
By: Angela Simo Brown | 5 years 11 months ago | Permalink
People are ready to make healther and more sustainable choices, all they need is a smarter incentive. That's where AIR MILES for Social Change comes in. We take a radical approach to cross-sector collaboration using innovative social marketing programs.
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Peter Sokol's picture
Shared Value - Future of Social Responsibility?
By: Peter Sokol | 5 years 12 months ago | Permalink
On Monday, June 17th, CSR Consult will host a panel debate with four representatives of Czech media who will discuss the idea of creating shared value as a future opportunity for the development of corporate social responsibility in the Czech Republic. More than thirty representatives of various companies from the Czech Republic have registered for the event and we hope to make another step... more
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Niels Christiansen's picture
Practical Implementation of Creating Shared Value
By: Niels Christiansen | 5 years 12 months ago | Permalink
As was pointed out many times at the "Creating Shared Value Summit," the CSV concept is relatively easy to understand. It's the practical implementation that is difficult. Managers need to be convinced that there is a positive impact on shareholder value and long-term profitability and that CSV strategy needs to emerge from company business strategy, rather... more
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Phil Preston's picture
Meaning, Measurement and Momentum - The Global Shared Value Summit in Brief
By: Phil Preston | 5 years 12 months ago | Permalink
I’m sitting in my hotel room, looking out a heavy clouds on the Boston horizon, at the end of four days of intensive work discussing shared value implementation with companies and practitioners from all around the world, including Colombia, India, Philippines, Canada, Czech Republic, Brazil, Australia, Italy, Hong Kong, Singapore, US, UK, Costa Rica, Mexico, Korea, Japan and Chile. We rubbed... more
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Andrew Macleod's picture
Why go it alone in community development?
By: Andrew Macleod | 6 years 4 days ago | Permalink
  Drive down a typical highway and you'll see a succession of billboards, each one a stand-alone advertisement for a single brand. Watch a Grand Prix race, on the other hand, and you note a different approach: every car carries a multitude of brands. These complicated, high-performance machines are expensive to build and maintain. With just one sponsor, a car wouldn't amount to much. Now... more
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