Shared Value is one of those topics that seems to polarise. Some see it as the future of capitalism, while others see it as merely a fad. My response – ‘Shared Value’ as a practice is not new, but its explicit identification as a concept is powerful.
I was pleased to attend the NTC annual Symposium in San Francisco in March, accompanied by senior bureaucrats from the NSW Department of Education and Communities. Here are my top takeaways.
Doing business differently for a more inclusive society.