Ten companies and a number of students majoring in CSR attended the workshop, during which the Torres case was used as an example of shared value within the value chain of wineries and retail.
The workshop was held as part of the NEMO project, run by Principal Lecturer (CSR) Minna-Maari Harmaala and R&D Manager Tuija Toivola. The first phase of the project focused on experimenting how the Business Model Canvas can help finding new growth paths and clearing out strategies. The preparation of the NEMO 2 project focuses on creating "better business" models with partner companies, and creating and testing tools that are connected to this, such as GLOBE-US.
Photo: Workshop participants apply the GLOBE-US Seismograph, a card sorting tool to determine barriers for sustainability development within the organization.