In this series, we spoke with global leaders who are driving shared value strategy within their organizations. The following leaders shared their perspectives at the Shared Value Leadership Summit on May 12-13, 2015 in New York. View Event Recap.
Business leaders need to take the lead on solving inequality—and work closely with their counterparts in the social sector. Read "Social Justice Is Good for Business."
How development financial institutions demonstrate just how effectively the public and private sectors can collaborate. Watch "The Role of Government in Creating Shared Value."
Corporates don't realize the $5 trillion-dolar market at the bottom of the pyramid. And NGOs understand those customers. Watch "PSI's Smart Partnerships: Saving Lives and Growing the Global Economy."
The leading global advocate explains that when girls and women survive and thrive, it creates a positive ripple effect throughout society. Read "It Pays to Invest in Women."
Discovery operates on a different model than other insurers – one that focuses customers on incentivizing customer wellness. Watch "Insurance that Inspires Healthy Living."
Duvoisin explains that without ensuring farmers are sustainable, his business cannot be sustained either. Read "How Nespresso Supports Local Farmers to Business Success."
Shared value is innovation. Here are three ways to break the cycle and introduce it in your organization. Watch "How Innovation Is Like Home Renovation (and How It Isn't)."
Lechleiter explains the critical role shared value plays in his company's aspiration to make life better for people around the world. Read "How Can Eli Lilly Gain Billions of New Customers?"
Focusing on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is critical to delivering large and long-lasting health outcomes. Read "The Long-Term Impact of Shared Value Health Strategies."
Bendigo's unique banking model shares risk and reward with local communities. Read "This Bank Helps Local Communities – Profitably."
A game-changer for the tired rule of maximizing shareholder value alone. Read "PwC on the Win-Win Ethos of Shared Value."