Corporate Responsibility versus Porter's Shared Value

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Corporate Responsibility versus Porter's Shared Value
Ismael Bena - MBA, SIG Leader
Crane et al. (2014) recently argue that ‘Created Shared Value’ (CSV)' is a subject (part) of the Corporate Responsibility (CSR) 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 ...

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Piotr Wojcik, Member
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Sonny Vicente, Member
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Ranjeet Menon, Member
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Love Lonnroth, Member
Thanks Ismael for a thought provoking post. I have...

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Ron Strauss, Member
Consultants have a genius for calling the same thi...

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Leodegardo M. Pruna, Member
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Guillermo Hasing, Member
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Jay Lo, Member
CSR needs to be carried out with true heart. If th...

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Hamad Al Sadd Al Ali, Member
Good day, this article is critical, and so is my p...

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Ismael Bena - MBA, SIG Leader
Great contributions and comments so far.
As i...


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Guillermo Hasing, Member
Thanks, Ismael for your comment. 3BL concept, econ...

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Very interesting still converging discussion: obvi...




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Tom Essen, Member
My thoughts are similar to @

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@Tom Essen: Hi ...


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To my mind there is a major differences in the int...


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