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Julie Bishop Australia’s First Shared Value ‘Champion’

ProBono Australia, 12/10/2016

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has been named Australia’s Shared Value Champion at the inaugural Shared Value Awards, writes Ellie Cooper from ProBono Australia. The award, presented Tuesday night, recognised Bishop’s commitment to shared value and her leadership in encouraging businesses, government and community organisations to work together in addressing social challenges.

The Future of Progressive Business Is Companies That Are Good, Not Just Doing Good

Fast Company, 15/03/2016

Ben Shiller writes in Fast Company how responsible businesses today tout the idea of shared value – but is that enough?

Shared value enriches business

news.gov.hk, 21/09/2016

Hong Kong Chief Secretary Carrie Lam speaks at the opening of the first ever Hong Kong International Philanthropy and Social Enterprise Week.

When globalisation meets entrepreneurship it can be a force for good

The Conversation, 16/09/2016

Shameen Prashantham, Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy, China Europe International Business School writes how there are many unique opportunities for shared value creation when both for-profit multinationals and non-profits such as NGOs and the UN to work with entrepreneurs.

Shared value in Hong Kong

news.gov.hk, 30/08/2016

Chief Secretary Carrie Lam speaks at the launch of a new drive by the Hong Kong government.

What is Shared Value Approach and Why it Matters?

Business Insider India, 31/08/2016

Amit Kapoor highlights multiple dimensions where the shared value approach differs from others approaches.

Round Two of Shared Value Business Partnerships Launches

ProBono Australia, 24/08/2016

DFAT has launched round two of its shared value business partnerships platform, which encourages the private sector to assist in delivering the federal government’s overseas aid program writes Lena Caneva.

Australia Makes Fortune’s Change the World List

ProBono Australia, 19/08/2016

For the first time Australia has been recognised by global business magazine Fortune’s Change the World List, with National Australia Bank ranking 22nd. The list, in its second year, includes companies that have a positive social impact through activities that are a core part of their business strategy. NAB was recognised for its shared value initiatives, including helping to address the social issues associated with growing household debt in Australia.

2016 Change the World List

Fortune Magazine, 12/08/2016

More businesses are taking on society’s biggest problems – and making money doing so. See the top 50 companies that do well by doing good.

Five ways capitalism can work ‘for all, not just the few’

The Guardian, 31/07/2016

As a parliamentary committee described the failure of BHS as the “unacceptable face of capitalism”, the new prime minister reiterated her pledge to tackle corporate irresponsibility by promising to “reform capitalism so that it works for everyone, not just the privileged few”. Katie Allen asked experts what May could do to pull off a genuine revamp.