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The SDGs can provide a globally accepted framework for public private CSR partnerships and collaboration. This keynote, presented at the Arabia CSR Forum 2016 in Dubai, outlines the potential and how to begin the process.

To keep updated on postings and events go to www.csrtraininginstitute.com and sign up for the newsletter. If interested the CSR Knowledge Centre http://bit.ly/CSRknowledge contains a series of short, pragmatic articles on CSR Strategy, Management and related areas.

The SDGs can provide a globally accepted framework for public private CSR partnerships and collaboration. This keynote, presented at the Arabia CSR Forum 2016 in Dubai, outlines the potential and how to begin the process.

To keep updated on postings and events go to www.csrtraininginstitute.com and sign up for the newsletter. If interested the CSR Knowledge Centre http://bit.ly/CSRknowledge contains a series of short, pragmatic articles on CSR Strategy, Management and related areas.

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SDGs: A framework for multi-sector CSR partnerships and value creation

  1. 1. Sustainable Development Goals A framework for multi-sector CSR partnerships and value creation Presented by Wayne Dunn President & Founder, CSR Training Institute Former Prof. of Practice in CSR (McGill University) wayne@csrtraininginstitute.com Plenary Panel Presentation Arabia CSR Forum 2016 Oct 19-20 Dubai, UAE
  2. 2. Who/What is • Canadian based with global delivery (focus on Gulf Region and Africa) • Global faculty team of 45+ professionals and experts • Trained hundreds of executives, leaders and practitioners in CSR Strategy and Practice • Focus on CSR strategy, Value Creation and Impact • Public programs and customized corporate and organizational programs • Consulting and strategic assignments • Partnership with Canadian University of Dubai • Upcoming programs in Dubai and globally • Newsletter & Updates http://bit.ly/CSR-SignUp Wayne Dunn • Founder & President of CSR Training Institute • Master of Science in Management, Stanford Business School • Former Professor of Practice in CSR, McGill University • Chairman of Ta’atheer 2016, MENA CSR & Social Impact Summit • 25+ years of practical CSR experience (40+ countries, every continent, public and private sector • 10+ years of CSR training • Extensive writings on CSR • Frequent speaker at events worldwide • Numerous awards (1st private sector winner of World Bank Development Innovation Award, Stanford Case Study, etc.) • Advisor to corporations, governments, NGOs and international organizations • Consulted across industries, geographies and sectors on CSR, sustainability, strategy and operations • CSR Awards Jury duty throughout MENA & Africa
  3. 3. Overview • CSR & Value • MDGs, SDGs & CSR • SDGs – framework for aligning environmental stewardship, societal and business value • Some quick examples • Simple analysis framework
  4. 4. Strategic CSR / Shared Value VALUE: for shareholders and society CSR is NOT only about business giving to society CSR is NOT only about business PR, Marketing & Social License CSR and Shared Value should be about creating business value AND social value. About aligning and balancing shareholder, societal and environmental interests. Effective CSR balances the interests of shareholders and society making both stronger and more sustainable
  5. 5. Arabia CSR (traditional) • Long history of support to community and society (pre-dates modern CSR) • Often done quietly with little or no credit sought • Charitable & philanthropic approach • Inconsistent connection to business value Business Value Creation CSR Activities Social Value Environmental Shareholder Value Zero Sum Model
  6. 6. MDGs, SDGs & CSR Global development framework • Education • Health • Poverty alleviation • Gender • Environment • Partnerships • Equity & justice Social value investments of business • Education • Health • Poverty alleviation • Gender • Environment • Partnerships • Equity & justice
  7. 7. Sustainable Development Goals A framework for aligning social value & shareholder value
  8. 8. SDG Impacts (some)Business Value • Unique market positioning • Appeals to growing market segment • Optimization of operating, environment and capital costs
  9. 9. SDG Impacts (some)Business Value • Reduced capital cost (est. over $1 billion) • Reduced operating costs • Optimization of operating, environment and capital costs
  10. 10. • Well rounded suite of programs • Support to societal needs (rural health clinics, donation shortcode, etc.) • Supporting and driving technology (leveraging core business strengths and interests) • Supporting national priorities (Saudization) • Value created • Shareholders • Society • Industry • Government Saudi Telecom Company Sustainable Development Goal Analysis SDG Impacts (some)
  11. 11. Alignment & Optimization not Zero Sum Business Value Creation CSR Activities Social Value Environmental Shareholder Value Zero Sum Model 1 + 1 = 3
  12. 12. Analyzing/Reporting on SDG impact Activity 1 Activity 2 Activity 3 Activity 4 1. Poverty 2. Hunger 3. Health & Wellbeing 4. Education 5. Gender 6. Water Sanitation 7. Affordable, clean Energy 8. Economic growth 9. Industry, innovation, infrastructure • Simple matrix analysis • Will help understand alignment & synergy • Align and optimize societal and business value • Effective internal and external communications • Framework for public private partnerships
  13. 13. Summary • CSR & Value • MDGs, SDGs & CSR • SDGs – framework for aligning environmental stewardship, societal and business value • Some quick examples • Simple analysis framework 1 + 1 = 3
  14. 14. info@csrtraininginstitute.com for more information
  15. 15. Thank you for listening Questions & Follow-up Wayne Dunn President & Founder, CSR Training Institute Former Professor of Practice in CSR, McGill University wayne@csrtraininginstitute.com www.csrtraininginstitute.com WhatsApp +1.250.701.6088

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