Project Conception as part of co creating value: (re)defining socio-cultural norms through CSR activities for an urban society

Activity: Talk or presentation typesLecture and oral contribution

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Constance Elizabeth Kampf - Invited speaker

Abstract:

Co-creating value is a current key term for CSR, used by both scholars and corporations alike to describe CSR activities. Yet, models and metaphors that shape socio-cultural norms for understanding CSR make co-creating of value difficult to operationalize as a core business process. This paper examines and argues for the (re)definition of socio-cultural norms in three ways—1) for understanding corporation-stakeholder interactions, 2) for project conception, and 3) for CSR activities. These ongoing definitions and (re)definitions question current assumptions about the nature of corporation-stakeholder interactions, project conception practices, and CSR activities. Based on shifts in understanding the nature of CSR, the paper then proposes a blueprint for operationalizing co-created value in the core business processes of corporations, supported by two conceptual tools for project conception—the Problem-Solution-Outcome stakeholder analysis, and alignment between organizational strategy, community problem solving and the initial project idea.


Keynote Presenter at this World Health Organization Sponsored Event note: it was at Universitas Airlangga, not University of Surabaya as stated in event description.
8 Dec 2012

Event (Conference)

TitleUrban Mobility
Date07/12/201208/12/2012
LocationSurabaya University
CitySurabaya
CountryIndonesia

    Keywords

  • Project Management, Co-creating value, CSR

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