To meet a growing appetite and need for socio-economic solutions, SVP has launched the Shared Value Masterclasses – a series of virtual workshops designed to cover both shared value theory and practice.
Defined as a strategy to solve social issues profitably, shared value has never been more important than it is today. And as we move increasingly from the why to the how, the Masterclass Series will get practical – connecting concepts to real-world examples, and focussing on how to put key shared value principles into action.
Participants can attend each workshop individually, or complete the four-part series – moving from the theory-based introductory session into advanced sessions on shared value innovation, partnerships and measurement. See more information below.
MASTERCLASS 1 – INTRODUCTION
Shared value: Delivering on Purpose, Profitably |25 March
Facilitated by SVP, 1.5 hrs
A recommended pre-requisite to participate in any (or all) of the masterclasses, this introductory workshop will give you a foundational understanding of the concept and evolution of shared value, the different ways to create shared value and how it compares to other purpose practices. This will be brought to life through global case studies.
From What to How: Sparking Shared Value Innovation | 30 March
Facilitated by SVP and global strategic advisory firm Dalberg Advisors, 2.5 hrs
Understand how to transform unmet social and environmental needs into opportunities for innovation within new and existing projects.
Partnering for Collective Impact | 4 May
Facilitated by SVP and for-purpose strategy organisation TDi, 2.5 hrs
Learn how to identify and optimise key partnerships to increase social and economic outcomes.
Measuring Shared Value | 13 July
Facilitated by SVP and shared value expert Hugh Foley, 2.5 hrs
Understand the principles of shared value measurement and how to integrate this into your strategy and project design.
You can also register here to complete the Shared Value Masterclass series (all four workshops).
The Masterclass Series is designed to cater to the varied priorities and levels of shared value knowledge across all organisations. It is recommended that participants will have attended a Shared value: Delivering on Purpose, Profitably or previous Introduction to Shared Value workshop prior to any/all other sessions. SVP members should select the discounted member ticket options.
For more information, on these sessions or upcoming dates, please contact Poppy Cluett at firstname.lastname@example.org.