Global Shared Value Leadership Summit: Changing the DNA of Your Business
March 26, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The Shared Value Initiative, created in 2012 by FSG and fifteen funding organizations, will host the Global Shared Value Leadership Summit on Thursday, May 23, 2013 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Shared Value Initiative is cross-sector effort to bring together leaders from companies, civil society and governments to build a strong and engaged global community around shared value knowledge and practice.
Featured Summit Content:
- Michael E. Porter of Harvard Business School and Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe of Nestlé will converse on the role of executive leadership in driving shared value through the business.
- Vincent Forlenza, CEO of BD, Neal Keny-Guyer, CEO of Mercy Corps, and Judith Rodin, President of the Rockefeller Foundation, will provide a corporate and civil society executive's perspective on shared value, and how they tackle the complexities of managing cross-sector shared value relationships.
In its third year, the Summit has proven to be the leading annual gathering focused exclusively on the emerging community of shared value practitioners from companies, nonprofits, and governments. Past attendees have benefited from the emphasis on shared value implementation, tools, and the latest research on how to engage in shared value most effectively. This invitation-only event will provide an interactive forum for engaging with 200 global practitioners as members of the new Shared Value Initiative community. Confirmed attendees span 20 countries.
If you are a practitioner of shared value, and would like an invitation to the Summit on May 23rd, please contact Michelle Morgan-Nelsen, Communications Manager, Shared Value Initiative.
Funding support for the Shared Value Initiative comes from: