A Conclave on Corporate Social Investment (CSI) will be held at the Harvard Loeb House, 17 Quincy Street, Cambridge, on June 14 2017 from 10 am to 3 pm. Experts and leaders from the Corporate world, Academia, Government, Foundations, Trusts, NGOs and social organizations will actively participate in the CSI Conclave to understand the challenges and chart the future course for Corporations to develop an Institutional Logic which combines Leadership, Strategy and Behavior to achieve meaningful Corporate Social Investment that creates value to both the Giver and the Receiver.
The Keynote will be delivered by Dr. Shyam Kamath, Dean College of Business, California State University, Monterey Bay. His topic will be "Why is Corporate Social Value Creation and Corporate Social Investment So Hard – A Discovery Perspective".
In addition to the key note address, there will be two round table conferences – one on “How Corporate Social Investment Creates Shared Value”, and another on “How Corporate Social Investment Creates Business Models that Transform Society”.
The conclave is being hosted by One World and Science for Society, a joint forum of voluntary global collaboration involving Scientists, Engineers, Business Leaders, Physicians, Educators, Social Workers, NGOs, for-profit Companies, Philanthropists, Government Agencies and other interested Professionals concerned about Societal Transformation and policies to alleviate inequality.
The following white papers on Corporate Social Investment might be of interest: