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Video: ABC News Breakfast – Mark Kramer talks shared value & business with a heart

ABC News Breakfast, 14/04/2015

binary options trading ig markets A change in mindset by businesses can not only do good in society, but increase their profits. Mark Kramer explains the concept behind ‘shared value’ with Virginia Trioli and Michael Rowland on ABC News breakfast during his April 2015 visit to Australia.

New Report Brings Shared Value to Aussie Miners

ProBono Australia, 05/11/2014

demo binary option The extractives sector, Australia’s leading export market, can best deliver shared value by tying business success to the prosperity of host communities and countries, new research by consultancy FSG reveals.

Shared value – Can a flat pack roof and LED lights lead to brighter lives?

ProBono Australia, 16/07/2014

binäre optionen windows phone In this case study, Sustainability Manager at IKEA Australia, Richard Wilson, unpacks how a humble light bulb and flatpacked shelter deliver shared value to a range of beneficiaries.

Banks Not Cashing in on Shared Value: Report

ProBono Australia, 02/07/2014

Banking on Shared Value: How Banks Profit by Rethinking Their Purpose, by social impact consultancy FSG said that in a post-GFC climate where banks were forced to be “combative,” CSR and sustainability initiatives had not proven sufficient in enabling them to address global challenges and generate value.

Video: Mark Kramer and PwC Indigenous Consulting

ABC News Breakfast, 16/06/2014

Sara James, an Emmy Award Winning Foreign Correspondent who covers Australasia for NBC News, talks about ‘Creating Shared Value’ on Australia’s ABC News Breakfast. Sara interviews co-author Mark Kramer about the shared value concept and the role of companies in addressing social problems. Sara also interviews James van Smeerdijk and Jodie Sizer from the PricewaterhouseCoopers Indigenous Consulting firm (PIC).

Turning Community Engagement into a Business Proposition

Dandenong Stakeholder, 14/06/2014

Is community support and engagement one of those things you do when your business is successful? Or can it become an avenue for success? Phil Preston argues the latter applies to big and small businesses alike.

Aussie Shared Value organisation partners with FSG

ProBono Australia, 04/06/2014

Shared value pioneer Mark Kramer’s Australian tour kicked off with the signing of a memorandum of understanding between social impact Not for Profit FSG and the Shared Value Project.

The True Value of Humanities

Business Council Australia, 04/11/2016

Chief Executive Jennifer Westacott gave this speech to a University of Sydney Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and Australian National University Humanities Research Centre, forum on the role of humanities in the world of business.

Why ‘Shared Value’ is the new CSR for business

Business Review Weekly, 29/05/2014

In January 2011, the Harvard Business Review published an article titled, How to fix capitalism. The authors, Mark Kramer and Michael Porter, proposed a plan to “reinvent capitalism and unleash a wave of innovation and growth”. Our Deputy Chair Rhod Ellis-Jones discuses why ‘Shared Value’ is the new CSR for business, particularly in Australia.

Video: A Shared Value Conversation: Peter Yates interviews Mark Kramer

2014 AICD Company Directors Conference, Hamilton Island, 01/05/2014

At the AICD Company Directors Conference this year Peter Yates AM, Chair of the Shared Value Project sat down with Mark Kramer, co-author of ‘Creating Shared Value’ and co-founder and Managing Director of FSG, to discuss all things shared value in Australia, local examples, igniting the growth agenda, the launch of the Shared Value Project and the importance of this regional partnership with the Shared Value Initiative.