We’ll examine what tools and processes can be used to capture data and unlock insights, innovation and investment. And, how this can help to progress shared value initiatives, and their intended impact. A key theme of this workshop will be the relationship between strategy and measurement, and how constant consideration of progress can be used to improve strategic planning over time.
Please note: This complimentary workshop is for SVP members only.
This workshop forms part of the Shared Value Project’s Member-Only: Practitioner Peer-Learning Series – a collaborative classroom for SVP members looking to sharpen their shared value practice in a more intimate, tailored and connected way; with expert guidance. These sessions are designed to convene our community around key topics and engage in more advanced practitioner conversations.
These virtual workshops will be interactive – featuring facilitated group and break-out discussions, which will allow members to to share their experience and perspective on what shared value implementation really looks like – challenges inclusive!
OTHER WORKSHOPS IN THE SERIES
- Measurement Tools & Shared Value (Wednesday 6 October)
Facilitated by the Shared Value Project and shared value expert Hugh Foley, this session will leverage peer-to-peer learning to demystify and share insights around the application of key measurement tools and their relationship to shared value. One of the biggest challenges with shared value measurement is knowing how to apply and integrate different measurement approaches and frameworks. We’ll discuss what works well (or doesn’t) and facilitate networking within our community of practice. To ensure a session that is practical and customised for its participants, members will be asked to share the measurement frameworks they are currently using with us in advance.
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To register for these sessions, or for more information on SVP membership, please contact Poppy Cluett at email@example.com.