Porter M E Kramer M R 2011 Creating Shared Value Harvard Business Review 89 1 2 62 77 Essays and Term Papers

  • The Big Idea: Creating Shared Value by Michael Porter and Mark Kramer

    The Big Idea: Creating Shared Value by Michael EPorter and Mark RKramer The capitalist system is under siege. In recent years business increasingly has been viewed as a major cause of social, environmental, and economic problems. Companies are widely perceived to be prospering at the expense of the broader...

      9276 Words | 4 Pages  

  • C-R-E-A-M Strategy

      §  What  do  those  letters  stand  for?     § C:  creative   § R:  Reflective   § E:  Effective   § A:  active   § M:  motivated   § Creative:   Have   the   confidence   to   use   your   individual...

      499 Words | 19 Pages  

  • M E M O R a N D U M

    M E M O R A N D U M TO: Mr. Supervisor FROM: Jorag Yaseen DATE: May 21, 2013 SUBJECT: Moscow, Russia You should arrive to Moscow, Russia on time to carry on with your trip. The temperature is going to be around 64 degrees Fahrenheit at the time of your arrival. This seems to be the...

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  • M E Assignment 1

    discrimination, cultural identity and racism, resilience, social capital, and socioeconomic status (Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision, 2011). These barriers then make it harder for Indigenous youth remain compliant and out of trouble as compared to their non-Indigenous...

      1553 Words | 7 Pages   Self-determination theory, Motivation, Psychological resilience, Juvenile delinquency

  • Harvard Business Review -Porter Model

    Infosys Consulting (ICI) emerged from Infosys Technologies as a business and information technology consulting firm with a unique strategy. ICI applied Infosys’ Global Delivery Model (GDM) to consulting and leveraged the parent company’s client relationships to attain projects. Based on 24-hour workforce...

      1176 Words | 3 Pages   Offshoring, Strategic management, Mergers and acquisitions, Marketing

  • Harvard Business Review 1

    Harvard Business Review #1 Focused attention According to the “Harvard Business Review” article titled “To Stay Focused, Manage Your Emotions” the most precious resource a leader can have is focused attention, it states that time will just go by, and that without focus the time will have been far less...

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  • H M Value Chain 2

    Done by: Ng Tiong Say Date: 17th May 2015 H&M analyses The apparel industry experience high level of competitions due to slow growth & high entry of small players. While global fashion leaders such as H&M, Zara, GAP & Uniqlo enjoy economic of scale for their large quantity of...

      5093 Words | 15 Pages   Logistics, Supply chain management, Retail, Supply chain

  • Harvard Business Review 2

    much less often then they would if they didn’t have the crowd’s opinion around them. This information interpreted into real world evidence that most business most likely follow the same model and won’t maximize profits. This article has expressed the importance of simple decision making skills and assessing...

      319 Words | 2 Pages   Gerd Gigerenzer

  • P R O B L E M

    P R O B L E M Polystyrene, also known as Styrofoam, is an environmental hazard. Styrofoam can be detrimental to the environment because it is made up of toxic chemical components such as benzene, styrene, and ethylene.  Companies also use CFCs and HCFCs, which are blowing agents added during...

      283 Words | 5 Pages   Chlorofluorocarbon, Polystyrene

  • International Business Assignment 2 M

    International Business Assignment 2 – Memo for Module 2 Nov 18, 2014 Nigeria: Opportunities at the Bottom of the Pyramid In Nigeria, 50 percent of population lived on less than one US dollar per day. Of this, 65 percent lived in rural areas. A direct result of this could be seen on the handset...

      507 Words | 1 Pages  

  • r M

    Repair and Maintenance: Hyderi : Observation 1: It is observed that generator log sheet has not properly maintained at Hyderi due to which actual fuel consumed by generator in any particular shift/day/month is questionable. As per the report which we extract from Oracle it comes to our knowledge that...

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  • International Business Assignment 2 M

    International Business Assignment 2 – Memo for Module 2 Nov 18, 2014 Nigeria: Opportunities at the Bottom of the Pyramid In Nigeria, 50 percent of population lived on less than one US dollar per day. Of this, 65 percent lived in rural areas. A direct result of this could be seen on the handset...

      507 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Wat E R M a N a G E M E N T F O R U R B a N R E S I L I E N C E

    WAT E R M A N A G E M E N T F O R U R B A N R E S I L I E N C E Adapting to climate change: water management for urban resilience MIKE MULLER Mike Muller is a civil engineer by training and at present is Adjunct Professor at the School of Public and Development Management at the University of...

      8934 Words | 27 Pages   Soil, Aid effectiveness, Stormwater, Effects of global warming

  • Creating Shared Value

    Assignment 2: Creating Shared Value Porter and Kramer (2011) believe that capitalism is being threatened by the new rising phenomenon that is Creating Shared Value (CSV). Creating shared value is the idea that the competitiveness of an organization and the well being of its local community are mutually...

      5296 Words | 15 Pages   Porter five forces analysis, Diversity (business), Creating shared value, Corporate social responsibility

  • Creating Shared Value

    Summary of ‘Creating shared value’ by M. Porter and M. Kramer The problem nowadays is that most businesses don’t have the right purpose ‘in mind’. They have a narrow-minded view in making profit and thus optimizing short-time financial performance. This old capitalistic view leads to a vicious circle...

      474 Words | 2 Pages   Innovation, Creating shared value, Productivity, Health economics

  • Creating Shared Value

    ORG January–February 2011 reprint R1101C The Big Idea Creating Shared Value How to reinvent capitalism—and unleash a wave of innovation and growth by Michael E. Porter and Mark R. Kramer This article is made available to you with compliments of Mark Kramer. Further posting, copying...

      10049 Words | 44 Pages   Nespresso, Externality, Corporate social responsibility, Outsourcing

  • creating shared value

    CREATING SHARED VALUE Is CSV an attempt to legitimize bad business practices? According to the article “Contesting the Value of creating shared value”, in Michael Porter point of view, “CSV compliances with the law and ethical standards, as well as mitigating any harm caused by the business”. In...

      590 Words | 3 Pages   Corporate social responsibility, Creating shared value, Strategic management, Business ethics

  • Creating Shared Value

    CREATING SHARED VALUE For many years leading up to today, profit seeking enterprises have been viewed as a major cause of problems in the society and are believed to prosper at the expense of the community. The legitimacy of businesses has fallen and this diminished trust has led politicians to impose...

      848 Words | 3 Pages   Creating shared value, Sustainability, Strategic management, Economic growth

  • Summary Creating Shared Value

    Creating Shared Value Michael E. Porter, Mark R. Kramer; Harvard Business Review Summary The article “Creating Shared Value“, written by Michael E. Porter and Mark R. Kramer and published in the “Harvard Business Review“ in January 2011 deals with the idea of innovating the purpose of a corporation...

      1280 Words | 4 Pages   Economics, Corporate social responsibility, Creating shared value, Capitalism

  • Creating Shared Value

    Unit 3 Assignment 2 A Summary of M.E. Porter and M. R. Kramer’s article “Creating Shared Value” Michael G. Castro Capella University MBA6008 – Global Economic Environment Professor Hidsell January 27, 2013 Creating shared value (CSV) is a powerful concept that many companies used, ultimately...

      919 Words | 3 Pages   Creating shared value, Corporate social responsibility, Social responsibility, Entrepreneurship

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