Where ESG Ratings Fail: The Case for New Metrics
Today, investors are able to identify “good” companies and “profitable” companies but not companies doing the most good most profitably which is a missed oppor…
Where ESG FailsDespite countless studies, there has never been conclusive evidence that socially responsible screens deliver alpha. A better model exists: shared value.
The Ecosystem of Shared ValueCompanies must collaborate to capture the economic benefits of social progress.
Innovating for Shared ValueCompanies that deliver both social benefit and business value rely on five mutually reinforcing elements.
Ideas Q&A: Roundtable on Shared ValueThis article provides executive perspectives from 10 major corporations discussing the innovative ways they are putting societal issues at the core of their companies’ strategy and operations
Strategy & Society: The Link between Competitive Advantage and Corporate Social ResponsibilityThis article, which was the winner of the McKinsey Award for the Best Harvard Business Review Article in 2006, also served a key role in the evolution of the shared value concept.
The Competitive Advantage of Corporate PhilanthropyThis article was published in the Harvard Business Review in 2002 and served as one of the first articles that led to the evolution of the shared value concept.