The only valid reason about lefting out the value of social and intangible assets in economic value creation is ignorance and stupidity.Go to page
Shared value is a management strategy focused on companies creating measurable business value by identifying and addressing social problems that intersect with their business. The shared value framework creates new opportunities for companies, civil society organizations, and governments to leverage the power of market-based competition in addressing social problems.
The concept was defined in the Harvard Business Review article "Creating Shared Value" (January/February 2011), by Professor Michael E. Porter and Mark R. Kramer.
The real value of data comes not just from its generation, but from its manipulation and analysis. By doing so, policymakers and commercial organizations can uncover insights that improve outcomes and yield financial benefits.Go to page