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The Aventis Triangle Forum of the Aventis Foundation

The Aventis Triangle Forum is a high-level meeting of decision makers, scientists and artists from North America, Asia and Europe to address questions of global change. In 2000, through three structured discussions, the Aventis Triangle Forum addressed our ability to build a common, sustainable future. The government leaders who participated in the Forum, as well as the key people from business, academia and civil society, will take back to their countries link among issues and the outlines of a common agenda to be pursued in parallel around the globe.

http://www.aventis-triangle-forum.net/

 

The BT - Guardian Stakeholder Debate

In 1996, the Guardian published a debate on stakeholding - the idea that the individual can have a stake - or make an investment - in all aspects of society, whether financial or not. The debate included a series of previously unpublished articles by Peter Cochrane, alongside views from Will Hutton, and H.R.H. Prince Charles. Copies of Peter Cochrane's contributions to the debate are available on the site.

http://www.labs.bt.com/library/cochrane/guardian/index.htm

 

The Collaboration Works, a practice of Organizational Futures, Inc., Boston, US: Developing Collaborations with Business, Government, and Civil Society

It is a Rhode Island, USA strategic management, capacity-building and network-creating firm. It uses research, consulting, and education tools, often combined in an action research and learning mode. Clients include businesses, nonprofits, governments, trade associations and foundations. It focuses upon building collaborations that involve government, business and civil society (nonprofit) organizations

http://www.thecollaborationworks.com/

 

CoreRelation Consulting - Canadian consulting firm that helps companies build stronger stakeholder relationships.

They have expertise in community relations, research, marketing, communications and organizational development. CoreRelation Consulting promote a new, collaborative approach to managing corporate-stakeholder relationships.

http://www.corerelation.com/main.html

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Global Sullivan Principles of Corporate Social Responsibility

The objectives of the Principles are to support economic, social and political justice by companies where they do business, thereby, helping to improve the quality of life for communities, workers and children with dignity and equality. Companies are encouraged to endorse a set of principles consistent with the legitimate role of business. These principles involve developing and implementing company policies, procedures, training and internal reporting structures to ensure commitment to these Principles throughout the organization.

http://www.globalsullivanprinciples.org/

 

KREAB - Corporate Communication Counselors, Sweden

The Stakeholder Model. In the Kreab stakeholder model, every company, organization and public authority must address the needs of at least five main target groups. In order to communicate efficiently, they have to speak in a single voice to all stakeholders yet at the same time address the different needs of each one. You can follow their work with each of the groups of stakeholders (policy-makers, the financial community, employees, clients and customers, media).

http://www.kreab.com/

 

Novartis Forum events

Partnerships and external activities enable Novartis to increase its knowledge base and extend its effectiveness in managing health, safety and environment issues. Partnerships are also essential for working toward sustainable development and the global issues facing our company and society today. Some of their key partnerships: Public forums - held in Germany, Italy and Japan with different stakeholders to discuss controversial topics related to our activities, learn from stakeholder perspectives and collaborate on developing new solutions.
http://www.novartis.com/hse/stakeholder_relations.shtml

Also see UNED case study

 

Oftel UK Regulator for the Telcommunications Industry

Oftel Stakeholder Discussion Document: "Developing a long term strategy to achieve the best deal for telecoms customers". 
Oftel is developing its long term strategy to reflect the changing nature of the telecoms market increasing competition and convergence of technologies. This means a greater focus on whether effective competition is achieved or in prospect and, if so, a move to minimise or withdraw from regulation.

http://www.oftel.gov.uk/publications/1999/about_oftel/lts1199.htm

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Partnership Brokers Forum - building partnerships for sustainable development. A project of the Resource Centre for the social dimensions of business practices, commissioned by the Partners in Action programme, a partnership of the United Nations Staff College and The Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum. Brokers carry responsibility for the process of building a partnership and ensuring its effective functioning. The partnership building process is a complex process with four distinct phases - each phase requires the broker to fufil specific tasks or responsibilities which in turn require distinct roles or skills. To support the broker in this process, a leadership compass will help the broker select the appropriate roles within phases. The broker is representative of a new kind of leader, one that guides and supports rather than directs.
http://www.partnershipbrokers.net

 

Pilot Emmission Reduction Trading Project (PERT)

Established in 1996, PERT is an industry-led, multi-stakeholder environmental initiative. PERT is evaluating emission reduction trading as a tool to assist in the reduction of smog and other air pollutants in the Windsor-Quebec corridor, and the effects of climate change.

http://www.pert.org/pert.html

 

Building Stakeholder Relations. Conference, November 1999

Building Stakeholder Relations is the third international conference bringing together managers, researchers, practitioners and NGOs in the field of stakeholder management and its methodologies; social and ethical accounting, auditing and reporting. You can download The Copenhagen Charter - a management guide to stakeholder reporting, published by the Danish offices of Ernst & Young, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers and the House of Mandag Morgen. The Copenhagen Charter was launched at the Building Stakeholder Relations conference on 16 November 1999.

http://www.stakeholder.dk/

 

Walker Information provides solutions to help companies manage relationships that matter - groups like customers, employees, communities, and others. With our research, associates throughout a business can learn what matters most to the groups they serve and how best to address these concerns.

http://www.walkerinfo.com/

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Contact Minu Hemmati and Felix Dodds for further information.