As businesses come out of crisis management mode, the focus is shifting to creating value for all stakeholders and building resilience for the long-term. Companies who go beyond traditional CSR approaches can generate high performance for their organisations through Shared Value.
Creating Shared Value – as defined by Professor Michael Porter and Mark Kramer in their influential Harvard Business Review article – is a business strategy that creates competitive advantage by aligning profit and purpose. When businesses harness their problem-solving skills to find innovative and profitable ways to address societal issues, they Create Shared Value for the communities in which they operate and for their own bottom line.
Join Gaëlle Loiseau, CEO of Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong, to explore the concept of CSV and examples from local and global companies. Learn how aligning profit and purpose creates economic value, long-term resilience, and a stronger society.