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Monthly archive for May 2013

Michael Porter plans to take aim at investment managers

(this article was first published in Cuffelinks on 31 May, 2013) Professor Michael Porter is a committed capitalist, and about as hardline as you can get. So why has he seemingly dive-bombed out of the clouds to champion the role and obligations of business in society? Why

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Rise Above Philanthropy

We know that philanthropy is good; it is funding channeled to organisations that help people who may not have access to government or community support. I saw Bill Gates interviewed for an hour on television last night, and have to admire his cool passion and dedication to

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Global Shared Value Summit in Brief: Meaning, Measurement and Momentum

I’m sitting in my hotel room, looking out a heavy clouds on the Boston horizon, at the end of four days of intensive work discussing shared value implementation with companies and practitioners from all around the world, including Colombia, India, Philippines, Canada, Czech Republic, Brazil, Australia, Italy,

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Tips for becoming an appreciated organiser

How many times have you organised something and felt unappreciated for it? Here’s some examples that you might identify with: You fundraised your heart out for the community organisation you belong to and get criticised (behind your back) for not doing it well enough You spent half a

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