- Part One: 8:30am – 3:00pm – hybrid (online and in-person) | all ticket types
- Part Two: 3:00pm – 6:00pm – in-person only | premium ticket holders
2022 Shared Value Summit Asia Pacific Program
Welcome | The Brave New World
Join emcee Sara James as we kick-off the 2022 Shared Value Summit Asia Pacific – arguably our most important yet.
- Sara James, Summit Emcee
Grounded in Country
As we look to build this new brave world, it’s important to reflect and acknowledge that what’s needed is not all new and in fact, there’s so much to learn looking back to first nations peoples, practices and concepts and listening deeply so we can take those forward. Connection to place, focusing on ‘we’ not ‘i’ and generational wellbeing rather than just here and now. Let’s start by grounding ourselves deeply in country with 2021 Senior Australian of the Year, Dr Miriam Rose Ungunmer Baumann.
Dr Miriam Rose Ungunmer Baumann, 2021 Senior Australian of the Year, Aborginal Artist and Educator.
Purpose + Profit: The business of business has changed
Proof exists that purpose driven organisations focussed on improving performance on material ESG issues outperform their competitors, but what drives success might surprise you. Could bravery really be more important than financial incentives?
Hear what is needed to move from compliance to strategic ESG and the emerging evidence that should give us all hope for the future of business.
- George Serafeim – Professor, Harvard Business School, Faculty Co-Chair of the Impact-Weighted Accounts Project, and the Co-Principal Investigator of the Climate and Sustainability Impact AI Lab at Harvard Business School, Author Purpose + Profit.
- Dr Amanda Rischbieth -FAICD – Harvard Visiting Scientist 2017-2022, and member of the Global Advisory Practitioner Council for the Harvard Business School Impact-Weighted Accounts Project
The rise of ESG: a c-suite and boardroom perspective
We’ve come a long way, and still have a long way to go. Explore the shift in Governance and Strategy for leaders as we shift from compliance thinking to creating new value and measurable impact. Understand how organisation wide strategy is helping meet the expectations of today’s stakeholders and see where the UN’s SDGs are raising the bar for future thinking leaders.
- Janette O’Neill, Partner and Chief Sustainability Officer, PwC Australia
- Holly Kramer, Non-Executive Director at Woolworths Group, Non-Executive Director Fonterra New Zealand, Pro Chancellor at Western Sydney University
- Fabienne Michaux, Director, SDG Impact, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Be Brave Not Perfect
To create big change, we need to rethink our roles, and step into territory we once didn’t see as our ‘responsibility’.
Be inspired by Decade of Shared Value Award recipient, Sandra Martinez as she shares why being brave is much more important than striving for perfection.
- Sandra Martinez – CEO, Nestle Oceania and Decade of Shared Value recipient.
Everything is impossible until it’s done.
- Natalie Kyriacou – My Green world
- Eleanor Loudon – CEO, Engineers Without Borders Australia
Winds of Change: Sustainability + Innovation, a powerful partnership
Few companies have successfully reinvented themselves quite like Enel, from Italy’s national energy utility to one of the largest renewables company in the world. Creating shared value remains at the centre of their culture and drives their approach to partnerships, innovation and growth.
- Werther Esposito, Managing Director, Enel Green Power.
- Mark Kramer, Harvard Professor, Co-creator of Shared Value and Collective Impact, Researcher, Author, Consultant and Speaker in strategies for social impact.
Demystifying Scope 3: Designing for (all-of-life) circularity
It’s time to bring Scope 3 into the equation. For many businesses the majority of the carbon footprint rests in their supply and value chain. Understand why compliance thinking will not work for scope 3 emission reductions and what will.
Join Arup expert, Joan Ko, as she takes us through a rapid but highly useful exploration of the framework shift in thinking (and doing) that is needed.
- Joan Ko, Australasia Climate and Sustainability Services Leader, Arup, Committee member for both the Economic Development of Australia and Victorian Government Sustainability Fund.
Beyond negative screens: the argument for a shared value lens in investing
How do we leverage the power of capital to enhance business and society? Explore how the investment lens is changing from a risk management approach to prioritising intentionality, purpose and impact effectiveness. The panel explores this and uncovers the value created in getting close to the problems organisations are solving.
- Cassandra Williams, Head of Certification and Ratings, Responsible Investment Association Australasia
- Richard Brandweiner, CEO Pendal Group and Chair of Impact Investing Australia.
- Noel Prakash, National Head of Indigenous Business and Community, NAB, Non-Executive Director of FISH (Foundation for Indigenous Sustainable Health)
- Helen Steel, Head of Responsible Investment and Shared Value at Mutual Trust, and NED of Shared Value Project.
Recognising Agency: a feminist view
Let’s get real with front line co-design insights. Learn about mobilising, influencing and recognising agency to fix societal challenges. What lessons and inspiration can you take from those who do it for themselves?
Dr Chrisanta Muli, CEO One Girl
Everything is impossible until it’s done.
- Bobbi Silten, Managing Director, Shared Value Initiative.
- Rosemary Addis, Founding Partner of Mondiale Impact, University of Melbourne Enterprise Professor, Sorenson Global Impact Leader
- Andrew Davies, CEO B Lab Australia
In relationship with the problem: Rethinking partnerships to get close to the issues being solved
If you are seeking to find new solutions to systemic societal issues, you will first need to invest (time and money) in deeply understanding the issue and the system that is holding it in place – we call this being in relationship with the problem and it is core to unlocking shared value innovation.
AIA Australia has become an expert in this approach, learn from their experience and meet some of their impact partners as they share a new journey of discovery and exploration into the issue of mental ill-health.
- Margo Lydon, Chief Mental Health Advisor, Workplace Mental Health Advisory
- Simonie Fox, Head of Shared Value Partnerships, AIA Australia
- Nicholas Epley, Professor of Behavior Science, University of Chicago Booth
- Hugo Rourke, CEO & Co-Founder at Perx Health
- Michelle Lim, Scientific Chair and Chairperson at Ending Loneliness Together Co-Director of the Global Initiative on Loneliness and Connection
Co-designing Public | Private Partnerships: creating shared value through social procurement
A fascinating insight into how the prison industry is partnering to create employment pathways through social procurement built on Shared Value intentionality, and not carrot and stick targets.
- Corinne Proske, Impact Leader and Non-Executive Director
- Tony Layh, GM Prison Industries, Department of Justice and Community Safety (Victoria)
- Scott Mulholland, Group GM of PFD Foods
- Cynthia Andrews, Director of Employment Equity at Chandler Macleod
- Gordon Rozario, Chief Procurement Office, Department of Justice and Community Safety (Victoria)
- Luke Anderson, Founder of Fair Threads, Lived-Experience Speaker
The magic of change
How do you create a culture of change, an army of changemakers? What’s the special sauce that some companies appear to have and others never managed to find?
Charlotte has dedicated her career to answering these questions. Come along and to understand the magic and how to unleash it.
Charlotte Extercatte, Co-Initiator 100 Months to Change.
Part One – Wrap
Recapping the insights and actions from the day so far. We’ll say goodbye to our online audience and our in person participants will get ready to move into action.
- Sara James, Summit Emcee
- Peter Yates AM, Chair, Shared Value Project
- Sarah Downie, CEO, Shared Value Project
In-Person Issues Mapping
Our in-person afternoon live-issues session will involve six spotlight stations. You choose which stations you wish to visit where we map, learn and teach what is happening in that space. The session is designed to build a network of knowledge so we can see who is doing what, know who to reach out to for advice and share information. Each station is manned by a facilitator and scribe to keep the session on track and capture the key learnings.
Your work is rewarded with food and drinks to finish off the day, and the whole community is rewarded with a map of who is doing WHAT, WHERE and WITH WHOM.
The six issue thematics will be:
- Circular economy
- Resilient Cities & Communities
- Mental Health and Wellbeing
- Equity First Thinking
- Climate Transition
- Regenerative Future