Shared Value: Three Forms

Creating Shared Value(Community Matters) Interview on Creating Shared Value (not values) with Kyle Peterson, managing director of FSG (Harvard Prof Michael Porter and Mark Kramer, co-founders)

Shared Value is the policy and practices that accompany and that are employed to bring about competitive advantage while addressing a social problem. Three forms:

The first form is reconceiving products and markets.

Second is redefining productivity in the value chain.

The third form is what we call ‘enabling local clusters’.

Earlier posting: Creating Shared Value

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