Taking shared value forward means staying informed of the latest developments in the purpose sector. That is why we collate the most recent research from our region and beyond to keep your finger on the pulse.
Social Innovation: A Guide to Achieving Corporate and Societal ValueWorld Economic Forum
As a central effort in the Global Challenge Initiative on Economic Growth and Social Inclusion, this is a “how to guide” for companies to create social and business value. Drawn from a series of workshops and interviews with more than 35 executives from leading companies, and guided by the Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Social Innovation, this guide offers an action framework. The report includes the Coles and SecondBite partnership as stand out example of partnership design for how they successfully identified synergies across both their value chains, and converted this into a feasible business model. The partnership is one of the first local examples of shared value that we promoted, and we congratulate Elaine Montegriffo, Ian Carson and the Coles and SecondBite teams for this worldwide recognition.
10th Annual LBG Annual Review of Community InvestmentLBG Australia & NZ, 2015
Our member LBG Australia and New Zealand has celebrated their 10th anniversary and released their Annual Review of Corporate Community Investment. The report presents clear indicators that community investment is no longer ‘a nice to have’ but rather a non-negotiable aspect of core business, and that strategies for creating shared value are a priority for corporates companies.
Strategy and Measurement – Towards Lead Practice in Community InvestmentKarrikins Group, 2015
In this paper, Karrikins Group draws together up-to-the minute research, inspiring case studies, first-hand experience and insights of experts in a punchy, digestible format to hep practitioners of community investment maximise the social impact and business value of what they do.
Creating shared value through inclusive business strategiesCSR Asia, 2015
This paper demonstrates how it is possible to create shared value through inclusive business (IB) strategies and outlines practical steps which can be taken to develop an effective IB strategy. It lays out the rational for inclusive business and how a company can use its value chain to create opportunities for poor people and communities. It contains numerous case examples from developing countries.
The Case for Incentivising Health: Using behavioural economics to improve health and wellnessAIA Australia
Two in three Australians are currently overweight or obese and chronic disease is the leading cause of death and disability in the country. These preventive health challenges affect all sectors in Australia, including the life insurance industry. Read more about how AIA Australia is working to address these problems through AIA Vitality.
Investing for Shared Value: A framework to assess results for business and societyLBG (UK) and Corporate Citizenship, 2015
This paper proposes a new framework for shared value and presents a companion assessment too. The framework defines what shared value activity is, with criteria for inclusion, and the tool provides guidelines for valuation. The paper especially draws on the work of of Barclays, BT, Co-operative Group, Diageo, GSK, Royal Bank of Scotland, SABMiller and Unilever, who came together to help LBG explore ways to define and measure the investments they are making in business activities with high social impacts. Find out more about LBG Australia & New Zealand.
Ministerial Statement on Engaging the Private Sector in Aid and Development: Creating Shared Value Through PartnershipAustralian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), 2015
Engaging the Private Sector: Creating Shared Value Through Partnership invites business to work with the Australian Government to collaborate with the aid program and implement sustainable solutions that tackle development challenges whilst delivering commercial returns. The Strategy recognises the private sector as a driver of economic growth, incomes and jobs, and as a partner for government to achieve more effective and sustainable aid outcomes.
2015 ‘State of Shared Value in Australia’ survey reportShared Value Project & Social Ventures Australia, 2015
The Shared Value Project and Social Ventures Australia present the findings from the inaugural ‘State of Shared Value in Australia’ survey. This first ever survey targeted a combination of ASX 100 companies and organisations with a demonstrable experience or interest in creating shared value to develop a baseline understanding of the current state of shared value in Australia.
Shared Value in AustraliaSocial Outcomes, 2015
Shared Value in Australia describes how our unique market and context will drive uptake from pioneering Australian businesses who have identified the opportunity to grow their business, markets, and revenue streams – through innovations that reduce social and environmental problems.
Business Strategy Reimagined: A Paradigm Shift Based on ‘Creating Shared Value’Dr Ingo Böbel, International University of Monaco, 2015
In this paper, Dr Bobel discusses the changing nature of business strategy itself, and how we have seen a paradigm shift to ‘Strategy 2.0’, focusing on the ultimate business goal of making a “good scalable profit” lead by the shared value movement. Dr Bobel refers to examples of this transition in practice with global case studies and references the work of the Shared Value Initiative and shared value activity in Australia.