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Corporate Responsibility versus Porter's Shared Value
Ismael Bena - MBA, Management Consultant, Netherlands, Member

Crane et al. (2014) recently argue that ‘' is a subject (part) of the concept. This is opposed to Porter and Kramer’s (1999; 2002; 2006; 2011) view, who conceptualize CSV as an enhancement of CSR. In short, CSV aims to transform societal problems potentially affecting the corporation into business opportunities, which in turn have the ability to solve the social problems and simultaneously enhance the corporation's profitability. Hailed as a ‘new concept’ by Porter & Kramer (2006; 2011), and Porter being one of the world’s-best known business strategists, the new concept quickly got embraced by multinationals (e.g. Nestlé, Coca-Cola) and even became a key strategy in the official EU strategy on CSR (European Commission, 2011). Crane and colleagues (2014) challenge the novelty of CSV and find strong correlation with (pre) existing CSR concepts, i.e. , , , etc. Supported by CSR literature they go on arguing that “CSR is strategic when it yields substantial business-related benefi (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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