Prof Michael Porter and Mark Kramer, co-authors of the Harvard Business Review article ‘Creating Shared Value’ (2011) invite you to apply for the intensive two-day program on Creating Shared Value: Economic Success and Social Impact, to be held at Harvard Business School in Boston, 11-12 December 2017.
The program brings senior corporate managers in both line and staff roles from the U.S. and abroad together with selected leaders from nonprofits and government entities interested in strategic partnerships with businesses. The curriculum is primarily targeted toward corporate leaders in strategy, operations, and innovation, and those with overall responsibility for sustainability or corporate impact.
Creating Shared Value: Competitive Advantage through Social Impact will involve two and a half days of intensive Harvard Business School case method discussions, guest protagonists, and concept presentations to discuss shared value concepts and their application. The program is built around in-depth case studies of leading organizations that are implementing shared value approaches: Discovery Health, Walmart, Enel, Nestle, and Yara, among others. We hope that you can attend and please feel free to share this information with any others who you think could benefit from this program.
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