In an era where most companies are focusing on Corporate Social Responsibility, there is a new approach to business coming of age – Shared Value. This innovative concept focuses on creating policies …
In an era where most companies are focusing on Corporate Social Responsibility, there is a new approach to business coming of age – Shared Value. This innovative concept focuses on creating policies and operating procedures that enhance competitive value while simultaneously advancing economic and social conditions in the communities where your employees live and work.
Join VolunteerMatch Solutions for a conversation with Mark Kramer and Dane Smith of FSG to learn how Shared Value can bring societal value to the core of business strategy and how this type of strategy can enhance your employee’s satisfaction.
Mark Kramer, Co-Founder & Managing Director, FSG
Mark is co-founder and Managing Director of FSG and the author of influential articles published in journals such as Harvard Business Review and Stanford Social Innovation Review on the topics shared value, catalytic philanthropy, collective impact, strategic evaluation, and impact investing. He oversees FSG's consulting practice and action initiatives, and also serves as a Senior Fellow in the CSR Initiative at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
Dane Smith, Managing Director, FSG
Dane Smith is a Managing Director of FSG and leads the Washington, D.C. office, as well as serving as a co-leader of FSG’s Shared Value practice. He brings twenty years of experience advising private and public sector leaders on business strategy and has particular expertise in helping companies identify new business opportunities that simultaneously address serious social challenges