Creating Shared Value is great, knowing how to measure it is better!
By understanding whether your company creates or destroys value and/or Shared Value Wizeimpact helps companies, social enterprises, governments, NGOs or Impact Investors take informed decisions.
1. We prove you have an IMPACT (positive or negative outcomes) on your stakeholders
2. We monetise the CHANGE (accounting for value) on your stakeholders
Why do we do that?
Our business world and public organisation need to better understand what could possibly happen on their stakeholders as a result of a specific programme or project design. Taking decisions solely on financial statements and targets gives only skewed views on the reality.
By understanding that for every $1 you have invested in your project, you could generate $2, $3 or $4 of value you will be better informed on expected returns.
Value and/or Shared Value Creation
Businesses and Governments are the globe are looking at ways to create Shared Value (according to M. Porter and M. Kramer). But how do we prove that Shared Value has been generated? How do we tell the better story of value to our shareholders and extended stakeholders?
SROI (Social Return On Investment) is a business decision tool that helps manage risks, monitor project, and visualise where more value can be created next!
Wizeimpact employs Accredited Social Return On Investment (SROI) practitioners that are trained by The SROI Network International (now Social Value International).
Only corporate members of The SROI Network can display this logo:
Understand the value you create.
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Looking at Job Creation? Understand how to Value Labour.
Our economies – be it from emerged or emerging countries – seem to falter. How far down the cost line are we ready to go to please customers with the lowest prices at an acceptable quality? What are the numerous hidden costs of cheaper productions? Through the binoculars of an emerging Valued Circular EconomyTM managing the flow of materials as limited resources while seeing labour as unlimited resources will value us – the people.
In an April 2015 Swedish based research The Club of Rome has confirmed the huge societal impact (jobs, health, financial, collaborative, etc.) that a Circular Economy could have on countries economics and societies. An inclusive approach that Wizeimpact has been promoting since 2013: a Valued Circular EconomyTM.
Understand why shifting to Circular Business Models & to a Valued Circular Economy could bring answers to job creation.