當商業意識等同常識

By |2022-02-16T13:51:03+08:0028 4 月, 2021|

AXA 亞洲和非洲區首席執行官韋國敦(Gordon Watson) 解釋了他如何接受今年慶祝成立 10 週年的全球運動“共享價值”,並成為“Shared Value Project Hong Kong”(現更名為“Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong 共享價值計劃香港”)的創始主席

打造適合你的文化 —— 方法是設計

By |2022-05-06T13:18:42+08:001 3 月, 2021|

強大的文化可以創造一個更好、更包容和更蓬勃的工作環境,從而轉化成更好的財政業績、高投入度、緊密聯繫、受到啟發和更佳表現的員工、打從心底滿意和忠誠的客戶、更大的收入增長、增強全面健康並更富創造力。誰不想在一個以其令人驚艷文化而聞名的公司工作,或與它做生意?

Impatient Optimism in a World on Hold

By |2021-04-06T02:22:53+08:0027 11 月, 2020|

Reflecting on the last few months of industry events, partner conversations and Member meetings, here are my observations on some major barriers to social innovation in Hong Kong. Some of my views may be unpopular, but then again we’re not here to be mainstream. Alongside each is an example of what we’ve tried in overcoming that barrier, in case it’s useful to others.

Are Hybrid Metrics the Final Frontier in ESG Disclosure?

By |2021-04-06T02:23:13+08:0028 10 月, 2020|

As a sustainability professional, I often heard versions of the same message: “sustainability is for rich companies that have money to spare”. Over the years, this outlook has changed in part due to greater exposure to climate risks. Before we truly understood the magnitude of the Covid pandemic, the World Economic Forum Global Risks Report’s top risks in terms of likelihood and impact heavily featured environmental issues.

I Dream A Shared Value Dream

By |2021-04-06T02:23:27+08:0028 9 月, 2020|

In 2012/13, I was tasked to help establish a whole new government funding scheme, namely the Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development (SIE) Fund, with an aim to provide impetus to propel the development of social entrepreneurs and build the local social innovation ecosystem.  At the time, the government had been providing resources to fund and support the development of the social enterprise sector for almost a decade. The staunch support from the government had already enabled the social enterprise sector to flourish and gain recognition generally in Hong Kong.

Global Health Crisis has Prompted Consumers to Reconsider What is Important to Them

By |2021-04-06T02:23:42+08:0025 8 月, 2020|

Over 90 percent of consumers say it is important for companies to show they are committed to doing the right thing, according to a recent seven-market study by FleishmanHillard’s TRUE Global Intelligence practice. The report, COVID-19 Mindset: The Collision of Issues, analyses the inflection points taking place around the world as consumers’ thoughts and approaches to their health and finances shift, and expectations of their government, community, employers and each other change.

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