CECP Releases Board of Boards CEO Conference Executive Summary

Mar 16, 2011 11:30 AM ET

On International Corporate Philanthropy Day, the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) gathered industry leading CEOs at The McGraw-Hill Companies for the 6th Annual Board of Boards CEO Conference.  In a discussion moderated by Charlie Rose, panelists Indra K. Nooyi, Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo, and Bill Green, Chairman of Accenture, discussed Sustainable Value Creation strategies with their peers. CECP has now released the Executive Report around the key ideas discussed at the conference.

Press Release

(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) March 16, 2011 - “If you’re not passionate about this, then don’t bother. And being passionate isn’t about memos and speeches; it’s about asking questions and being a part of what you’re trying to accomplish. That’s what sets it into your company’s character and inspires people.”
– Bill Green, Chairman, Accenture

On February 28, 2011, International Corporate Philanthropy Day, over 70 industry-leading CEOs gathered for the 6th Annual Board of Boards CEO Conference at The McGraw-Hill Companies. Charlie Rose, the conference's moderator, led a discussion with Indra K. Nooyi, Chairman and CEO of Pepsico, Bill Green, Chairman of Accenture, and CEOs from all over the globe about Sustainable Value Creation and how companies can integrate their core business practices with meeting the needs of society.

Much of the discussion focused around blending commercial and societal goals, where CEOs reported the factors that have driven them to develop methods of engraining social needs investment into their business operations and practices. Nooyi, Green and other CEOs not only shared their best practices in Sustainable Value Creation, but also the top challenges to implemenation of these ideals.

Read the entire Executive Summary here.


Courtney Murphy
Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy