Creation of Shared Value Forum
|Melbourne||Wednesday 14th Nov 12|
"Creating shared value involves value creation for business that simultaneously yields more profit and greater social impact, resulting in powerful transformations and opportunities for growth and innovation in both business and society."
(M. Porter and M. Kramer, Harvard Business Review, 2011)
3 Pillars Network, in partnership with National Australia Bank and Net Balance will be holding a one-day forum on 14 November in Melbourne on Creation of Shared Value (CSV).
The CSV approach is set to change the face of business. This concept is gaining traction in Australia and globally, with companies such as NAB, Rio Tinto, Tesltra, Bunnings, Nestlé, IBM, GE and Stockland having already started to use this approach to achieve new levels of social impact while improving corporate profitability.
Led by Mark Kramer, co-author of the CSV concept, this exclusive forum brings together world leading experts with senior Australian business executives and community leaders to discuss strategies for managing and implementing authentic shared value principles in their organisations.
- International Keynote: Mark Kramer, Co-Author of Creating Shared Value: Redefining Capitalism and the Role of the Corporation in Society
- Tim Costello, CEO, World Vision
- Paul Gilding, author, The Great Disruption
- Andrew Hagger, Group Executive, People, Marketing & Communications, National Australia Bank
- Sara Watts, CFO, IBM Australia & New Zealand
- Martin Brown, General Manager, Nestle Australia & New Zealand
- Meg Lutpon, Head of Community and Sustainability, IAG
- Beyond CSR -The business and ethics case for CSV - why do it and how to get there
- CSV Best Practice - leading organisations discuss their application of genuine CSV
- How do you disruptively innovate an entire economy?
- Challenges of implementing CSV
The event program is provided in PDF format. This allows you view and print it high resolution. You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view these file types.
The event blog contains downloadable papers and documents as well as an open Q&A forum for all your questions before or after the event.