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EABIS – Good Practice in Stakeholder Management Conference
Monday, May 7th, 2007
EABIS EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT
Good Practice in Stakeholder Management Conference
Learning from Cutting-edge Research
Unique Insights from New Research on How Companies Create Wealth & Reduce Risk through Strategic Stakeholder Management
Collaborative in-depth Case Studies & Analysis in Financial Services and Telecommunications Industry, including Swiss Re & Orange
Date: 22 June, 2007, 09:30 – 17:30 CET
Location: Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue, Rüschlikon, Switzerland
Host and Organizer: Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue and the Center for Strategic Management: Stakeholder View of the University of Applied Sciences in Business Administration (HWZ), Zurich.
Event Background: Part of the Good Practices Stakeholder View Project led by the HWZ Center for Strategic Management: Stakeholder View, co-funded by the EABIS Corporate Knowledge Development & Learning Programme, sponsored by IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, Shell and Unilever.
Programme Information and Registration: Please fill in and send us the Registration Form as indicated below and visit the event website for the conference agenda.
Relevant Audience: Business managers and executives, academics, researchers, policy-makers and civil society representatives with a strong practical and theoretical interest in stakeholder management.
EABIS is pleased to invite you to participate in the “Good Practices of Stakeholder View” Final Conference in Rüschlikon, Switzerland (near Zurich) on June 22, 2007. This event signals the conclusion of a prominent two-year project co-funded by the EABIS’ Founding Corporate Partner Research Programme. Debate and discussion will focus on the findings and outputs of the project, which identify how companies can increase value and reduce risk through better strategic stakeholder management
The focus of the day:
More benefits, less risks through purposefully maintaining relationship with stakeholders.
The insights and outcomes of the research project will demonstrate the economic benefits of cooperating with all stakeholders, which in turn will be highlighted through examples of good practices. The project involved six multinational companies across the financial services and telecommunications sectors, namely:
Suva, Swiss Re and ZKB in the Financial Services Industry, and
Orange, Sunrise and Swisscom in the Telecommunication Services Industry
Carefully chosen representatives of business and academia will speak on the subject and its practical relevance to different stakeholder groups.
The “Good Practices of the Stakeholder View” Conference aims to inspire a thought-provoking, high-level debate on core stakeholder issues relevant to business. Participants will benefit from:
A unique combination of renowned speakers from business, science, politics and society
Presentations and discussions that tackle key business issues and look to provide empirically founded answers based on the practical implementation of a stakeholder view within the corporation.
An opportunity to discuss future business-relevant knowledge priorities and benchmark current activities
A platform on which to test practical and theoretical experiences in the field of strategic stakeholder management with an informed, senior audience.
Interactive panel discussions that will challenge accepted ideas of traditional stakeholder practice
The conference will provide an interactive forum for discussion and learning, as well as an important networking opportunity with engaged stakeholder groups from across Europe.
How do I register?
Please fill in the Registration Form and return it by e-mail to Gwendoline Lhomme-Bloch via email or fax: +41 43 282 2426
For further details please visit the event website.
Conference Fee CHF 890 (€ 550) full fee
All EABIS members will benefit from a reduced fee.
As the number of participants for this conference is limited, please apply to participate as early as possible, but no later than 4 June 2007 if you wish to be assured of a place.
For further questions
Regarding the conference programme please contact Veronika Mittnacht:
On Logistics please contact Gwendoline Lhomme-Bloch:
The European Academy of Business in Society (EABIS): www.eabis.org