2012 Shared Value Leadership Summit:
The Path Forward
Thursday, May 31, 2012 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (EST)
FSG, Professor Michael E. Porter, and a select group of shared value leaders from around the world gathered on May 31st for the 2012 Shared Value Leadership Summit. At the event, FSG lead a discourse with senior practitioners on adopting and implementing a shared value approach.
NEXT STEPS POST-SUMMIT:
- Join a 'measuring shared value' feedback call to provide further input on FSG's shared value measurement research and shape the final report: Thursday, June 14th, 6:00-7:00 a.m. EST or Friday, June 15th, 12:30-1:30 p.m. EST. Please RSVP to Elizabeth Hawkins to receive the dial-in information. Summit attendees only.
- Look for the official launch of the Shared Value Initiative, including an update on FSG's shared value measurement research, new industry- and country-specific shared value landscape analysis, future events, and the forthcoming sharedvalue.org.
- Learn more about how to become involved in the Shared Value Initiative as a funder or participant at any level by contacting Justin Bakule, Executive Director, Shared Value Initiative.
May 31st Agenda:
- Welcome by Mark Kramer, FSG
- Keynote by Professor Michael E. Porter, Harvard Business School,
with an introduction to the Shared Value Initiative
- New Kinds of Partnerships: Innovations in Civil Society and Government, moderated by Jane Nelson, Harvard Kennedy School
Panelists: Kris Balderston, Office of the United States Secretary of State, Global Partnership Initiative, Margaret Coady, CECP, Carolyn Miles, Save the Children, Jennifer Tescher, Center for Financial Services Innovation
- Shared Value in Emerging Markets:
Developing and implementing shared value strategies in Latin America
and India, featuring case examples from leading companies operating in
those regions; perspectives on how philanthropic investments can play
an important role in seeding shared value
- Measuring Shared Value:
Debut of newest FSG research featuring practical tips and lessons
learned through Nestlé, Intel and IHG’s efforts to drive additional
value creation by linking business and social results in their shared
- Shared Value From an Investor’s Perspective, moderated by Erika Karp, UBS Global Sector Research
Panelists: David Blood, Generation Investment Management, Dan Hanson, BlackRock, Curtis Ravenel, Bloomberg, Mark Sloss, UBS Wealth Management
- Closing Comments with Mark Kramer and John Kania of FSG
- Networking Reception
Within the last year, shared value has entered the global business lexicon. It has been named a "megatrend
" by the mainstream media and trend researchers
and has continued to provoke debate and discussion at the global scale.
Informed by our client work and ongoing outreach in the field, FSG has advanced the shared value research agenda significantly since the first Summit in June 2011. The 2012 Shared Value Leadership Summit focused on how to implement shared value more effectively, giving leaders a new path forward by better understanding shared value strategies by industry, geography, and through successful partnerships. Please also refer to the agenda posted under "Resources" in the upper left.