In response to the increasing appetite for practical, interactive and case study-rich workshops, we’ve taken our annual Masterclass Series up a notch.
You’ll be in good company – with impressive teachers including Harvard lecturer and shared value co-founder Mark Kramer and shared value expert Hugh Foley; and executive speakers from AIA Australia, Enel Green Power Australia, IAG and more.
And you’ll draw from Harvard Business School case studies, e-learning modules and global & local shared value leaders who will unpack how to bring profit and purpose together through the creation of shared value. Please be aware that participation in our 2022 masterclasses requires pre-work and participation in a study group (1 hour preceding the workshop).
If this sounds like the kind of tangible and dynamic learning you’re into, we encourage you to register for our first masterclasses for 2022 below. Further sessions to be announced soon! Discounted tickets are available for not-for-profit participants.
Members: To access your complimentary member ticket allocation, or nominate shared value champion/s across your organisation to attend, please contact Poppy at firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line ‘Masterclass allocation’. She will then take registration off your hands.
Thurs 28 April, 9am – 12pm
Expert teacher: Mark Kramer, senior Harvard lecturer & shared value co-founder
Speaker: Candice Smith, Head of Wellbeing, AIA Australia
In this session, we will demonstrate the key drivers for shared value as a competitive business strategy; leveraging the HBS Discovery Vitality case study, and exploring its application in Australia via AIA Vitality – programs which incentivise insurance customers to achieve better health (resulting in fewer claims). Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the co-creator of this transformative and increasingly imperative business approach himself, Mark Kramer. Register here.
Tues 10 May, 9am – 12pm
Expert teacher: Hugh Foley, shared value expert
Speaker: Sunny Rutherford, Sustainability Manager, Enel Green Power Australia
Join us to unpack Enel’s journey of strategic transformation; via the HBS Enel case study, the creation of Enel Green Power, and how the organisation has established itself as a global leader in its field, through the adoption of shared value principles and operations. You will hear about Enel’s Open Innovability model, and how it drives a culture of innovation across Enel globally. We’ll also look at the local application and evolution of shared value at Enel Green Power Australia Cohuna Agrivoltaic Project, a collaborative research initiative designed to establish which farming plants can coexist with solar panels; in order to combine energy efficiency and the sustainable use of land. Register here.
Tues 21 June, 9am – 12pm
Expert teacher: Ramana James, Executive General Manager of Safer Communities IAG and Course Facilitator for the Centre for Social Impact UNSW’s Creating Shared Value course
In this third session we will explore the important role of partnerships in informing shared value strategy and design, and how shared value is critical to enable systems change. You will hear about IAG’s Sustainability & Safer Communities model, and how shared value has helped to guide their approach to partnerships as a powerful way to bring the root cause of the issue into focus and influence systems level change. Register here.