I recently had the exciting opportunity to attend, on behalf of Net Balance, the 3rd Global Shared Value Leadership Summit in Boston on May 23rd, 2013, and join Michael Porter, Mark Kramer, and leading businesses to further explore the thinking and application of creating shared value.Read More
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In January 2011, Michael Porter and Mark Kramer published an article entitled ‘Creating Shared Value’ in the Harvard Business Review. Heralded with a front-‐page headline ‘How to fix capitalism – and unleash a new wave of growth’, the article captured the imagination of the business world. Porter and Kramer outlined a vision of ‘policies and operating practices which enhance the competitiveness of a company while simultaneously advancing the economic and social conditions in the communities in which it operates.’Read More
Net Balance teamed up with Sydney University and CAER to rank the ASX 300 companies against a subset of 26 indicators of environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance over five years.
As one of the best known strategic thinkers of our time, Michael Porter, along with Mark R Kramer a senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy school of Government, proposed a new approach to capitalism in 2011, during the global financial crisis.
Harvard University Professor Michael E. Porter is best known for his work on competition and company strategy and is the most cited author in business and economics. As one of the best known strategic thinkers of our time, Porter, along with Mark R. Kramer, Senior Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government proposed a new approach to capitalism in 2011, during the global financial crisis.Read More