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We need translators for business community partnerships

  Business community partnership building is flavour of the month, but the truth is that they often don’t even get off the ground because of “language” barriers: stakeholders from the public, private and social sectors often have different ways of socialising and developing ideas. How can this

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Techniques for taking business engagement forward

        I’ve just returned from a week in Melbourne which culminated in a facilitated session for a diverse group of education-based institutions, government agencies and business-education partnership brokers. The task? In the words of the sponsor: Previous attempts to create meaningful engagement with industry

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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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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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Why Shared Value is the Missing Link to a Sustainable Future

The concept of shared value – where business helps solve societal problems and increases profits at the same time – has been well received, but not by everyone. John Elkington, for example, is concerned that it elbows aside the sustainability agenda. I disagree with his concern, and

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