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Session #3: Shared Value at the coal face.

October 7, 2012

There is no doubt the creation of shared value and measurement of social impact is fast gaining acknowledgement among business, government and the not for profit sector. This is a pivotal year as leaders and practitioners refine their approach and make social reporting mainstream practice.

At our Practice Session #3 the Shared Value Project tackle practical social metrics, the latest research and a new ‘social thinking’ model. We’ll also discuss the upcoming visit of Mark Kramer of FSG group and what it means for awareness of shared value in Australia.

Learn how to measure social impact
We discuss the pros and cons of various metrics: from the scientific to the practical. We’ll share the results of a recent study into metrics adopted by companies and governments worldwide. Take them home and apply them in your reporting.

Get a briefing on the latest research, articles and case studies
We comb the web every month, distilling the best from global dialogue on shared value, social impact and collective impact. We’ll table the cream so you can eat it up.

Social thinking
We’ve been working on adaptation of lean thinking to the planning and assessment of an organisation’s interaction with society: every asset, every person, every system. Find out how applying a ‘social lens’ to your work can create shared value and demonstrate the benefits to customers, members, colleagues and shareholders.

Have a glass of wine with your peers. Take your thinking forward.

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Venue:  Hub Melbourne
Date:  Thursday, October 25, 2012
Time:  6:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EST)
Address:  Level 3, 673 Bourke St. Melbourne, VIC 3000