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FSG Perspectives Issue #22  

FSG Perspectives #22

  • Small Development: The Alliance for International Corporate Volunteerism
  • The Abbott Fund: A Sustainable Intervention
  • Collaborative Cultivation: Green Sheets for Smallholder Farmers

Previous Issues:

FSG Perspectives Issue 21

Strategies from the White House, Missing Players in CSR: Customers, West Coast Community Foundation: More than Just Financial Assets, Moving Beyond Philanthropy to Shared Value: Medtronic's Journey

FSG Perspectives Issue 20

On Catalytic Philanthropy, Innovation in Education, Movement Building: Catalyzing Change, The Value of Evaluation: A True Story, Global Health Evaluations: Opportunities for Learning, CFLT ESP Model

FSG Perspectives Issue 19

Creating Shared Value: An Idea Comes of Age, Chronic Disease Hits Developing Countries, Health Grantmakers and Mission Investing, Perspectives on Sustainable Agriculture, Community Foundation Insights, Scaling School Turnaround, New Evaluation Kit  for Foundation Trustees, New FSG Strategic Learning & Evaluation Center

FSG Perspectives Issue 18

A Decade of Learning (And More to Come) 

FSG Perspectives Issue 17

When Is Enough Not Enough?, The Evolving Role of Evaluation in Philanthropy, Mission-Related Investing and Emerging Practices, CF Insights Hosts Webinars for Online Benchmarking

Current Issue

Strategic CSR: Creating Shared Value  

Creating Shared Value

  • Shared Not Redistributed: Simultaneously Doing Well While Doing Good
  • Shared by Objectives: Sharing Around Targeted Objectives
  • Shared for Value, Not Values: Sharing Because its the 'Right' and 'Smart' Thing To Do

Previous Issues

Authentic Engagement in Action

Catalytic Leadership: Championing the Interdependence of Business and Society, Shared Value: Simultaneously addressing Core Business Objectives and Major Societal Issues, Unique Capabilities: Leveraging Resources and Owning the Problem, Continuous Improvement: Measuring Business and Social Outcomes

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