Join Purpose-Driven Leaders at the 2019 Shared Value Leadership Summit
May 7-8, 2019
Marriott Long Wharf | Boston, Massachusetts
The era of purpose-driven business is upon us: from investors to global brands to consumers and CEOs alike, seemingly everyone is talking about the importance of purpose in driving business strategy and societal well-being. How can organizations fully deliver on the promise of purpose, moving from inspirational vision to meaningful results?
The answer requires shared value—a strategic approach that aligns corporate capabilities and resources with areas of need, and engages the broader ecosystem of partners and stakeholders in shaping business solutions that produce both profit and positive social and environmental change. As global companies embrace and promote a purpose-driven culture, shared value thinking and practice provides visionary leaders with a framework to transform a culture focused on shareholder value to one that proactively leverages the innovation and collaboration needed to maximize business and societal impacts. Join us this May in Boston, where together we’ll commit to building a shared value culture that will deliver on the promise of purpose.
The 2019 Summit agenda—hosted over two days on Tuesday, May 7 and Wednesday, May 8 in downtown Boston—will feature:
A curated, focused audience of corporate practitioners and senior leaders who are committed to shared value and operationalizing it at various stages
Inspiring plenary speakers who not only come from top-tier corporate leadership but also from thought leadership positions outside the private sector
Engaging, interactive sessions with the full cohort of attendees to motivate new thinking and practice
- Vas Narasimhan – M.D. CEO, Novartis
- Kristin Groos Richmond – CEO & Chairman, Revolution Foods
- Aaron Hurst – CEO, Imperative & author, “The Purpose Economy”
- Art Peck – President & CEO, Gap Inc.
- Bobbi Silten – Managing Director, Shared Value Initiative
- Alan Murray – President & CEO, Fortune
- Michael E. Porter – Bishop William Lawrence University Professor, Harvard Business School
Learn more & register today - summit.sharedvalue.org