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  • 1. Thick Versus Thin Value
    Emile Cambry, Jr.
    ecambry@gmail.com
    8/28/2011
  • 2. Disclaimer!
    None of these arguments are political. It’s about economics, institutions, new practices and patterns, management, and ethics
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  • 7. The Last Decade Has Not Created
    Net jobs
    Growing median income
    Shareholder value
    Net Wealth
  • 8. What It Has Created
    Towns, countries, and Households going broke
    Banks boosting margins
    Debt fueled hyper-consumption
    Productivity spiking
    Dwindling empathy, trust, and a sense of meaning in work, life, and play
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  • 10. This versus Thick Value Creation
    Borrowed from UmairHaque, Michael E. Porter, and Mark R. Kramer from Harvard Business School
  • 11. Adam Smith
    “All for ourselves and nothing for other people”
    Wealth of Nations
  • 12. Capitalism can do better
  • 13. Capitalists have to aspire to matter
  • 14. Industrial age capitalism was about extracting
  • 15. Energy
    Education
    Healthcare
    Finance
    Transportation
    Food
  • 16.
  • 17. Myths of the 21st Century
    Firms exist only to create value for owners
    Financial profits is the best representation of enduring profit
    Competitiveness arises from extracting value from competitors by beating, bashing, and crushing rivals instead of creating a thicker, more broadly shared value
  • 18. Ignoring the broader influences that determine long-term success
    Depletion of natural resources
    Viability of key suppliers
    Economic distress of the communities served
    Shifting activities to locations with even lower wages
  • 19. Make a better product
  • 20. Make a better service
  • 21. Process Innovation
  • 22. Shared/thick value has the power to unleash the next wave of global growth and innovation
    Three ways to create shared value opportunities:
    By preconceiving products and markets
    By redefining productivity in the value chain
    By enabling local cluster development
  • 23. 21st Century Thick Value Arithmetic
  • 24. Neo-Classical Model: max(me), ~(you)
    Social Responsibility
    The Enterprise
    Social Responsibility
  • 25. 21st Century Paradigm Shift
    The Enterprise
    Social
    Responsibility
    The Enterprise
  • 26. Companies Currently Pivoting
    GE: Investing in Education, the Environment, and Disaster Relief
    Wal-Mart: Environmentally Friendly Stores
    Intel
    Johnson & Johnson
    Nestle
    Unilever
    Google
    Apple
    Nike
    Starbucks
  • 27. The archetype evil company?
  • 28. Real Value vs. Perceived Value
  • 29. Principles Shapes Behavior: Beyond Strategy
  • 30. Social Leadership
    Don’t exploit resources
    Don’t race to the bottom
    Willingness to disrupt yourself
    Focusing on everyone’s outcomes/externalities
  • 31. Blurring the Profit/Nonprofit Boundary
  • 32. 21st Century Youth Project
  • 33. Chicago International Social Change Film Festival
  • 34. 21st Century Entrepreneurial Institute