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The roadmap toward effective strategic social partnerships

The roadmap toward effective strategic social partnerships

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Published by: Deloitte University Press on Oct 16, 2013
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The roadmap towardeective strategicsocial partnerships
 
John Mennel
is a director in the Emerging Markets practice with Monitor Deloitte. He works withcompanies, non-prots, and the public sector to develop market-based solutions to social and eco-nomic development challenges with a ocus on emerging markets. He has worked in more than 20countries across Europe, the Middle East, and Arica; his work includes a ocus on partnerships thatcreate social impact, known as “strategic social partnerships.” He is a requent speaker on economicdevelopment and social impact at venues including the World rade Promotion Organization,the London School o Economics, and the World Bank. In the early 1990s, he worked in Deloitte’sMoscow oce and subsequently managed the Almaty oce. He holds a Bachelor o Arts romBrown University and an MBA rom Harvard Business School.
Tina Mendelson
is a principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP in the Washington, DC oce. Sheocuses on business transormation, sustainability, and nancial and perormance managementsolutions aimed at increasing country- and industry-level competitiveness in emerging markets. Shehas implemented projects or international donor agencies across Eastern Europe, Central Asia, andthe Middle East that enabled economic policy reorm and improved the perormance o businesses,industries, and government agencies. She helps diverse stakeholders align their objectives and lever-age each other’s resources through innovative public-private partnerships to achieve sustainablebusiness and social impact results. Most recently, she is developing new partnerships to strengthenhealth systems in select Arican countries. She has master’s degrees rom Georgetown University and Central European University.
About the authors
The roadmap toward effective strategic social partnerships
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Kellie A. McElhaney, PhD
is the John C. Whitehead Faculty Fellow and ounding aculty direc-tor o the Center or Responsible Business at the Haas School o Business. Her work ocuses onthree areas: Analyzing and developing companies’ corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy and its alignment with corporate strategy, business objectives, core competencies, and business value; exploring the linkage between gender and CSR and using CSR as a tool to engage women asemployees, consumers, and investors; and the business value and opportunities in branding, com-munication, and CSR, on which she has written a book entitled
 Just Good Business: Te StrategicGuide to Aligning Corporate Responsibility and Brand 
. McElhaney consults at hundreds o Fortune500 companies in all o these areas.
Bill Marquard
is a director in the strategy consulting practice o Monitor Deloitte. He specializesin developing and delivering growth strategies or global corporations and has established and/oradvised strategic social partnerships in the United States, Central America, and Cyprus. He servedas a C-level executive or a Fortune 200 organization and is the author o 
Wal-Smart: What it Really akes to Proft in a Wal-Mart World 
, selected as one o the top ve business strategy books o theyear. He has also served as an adjunct proessor at Northwesterns Kellogg School o Management,and has spoken at the White House on leadership issues.

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