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Business at its Best: Driving Sustainable Value Creation

Business at its Best: Driving Sustainable Value Creation is a 2011 report co-authored by CECP and Accenture which provides practical guidance from CEOs on how to implement a Sustainable Value Creation strategy.

Valuing Pro Bono Service

In partnership with Taproot Foundation, CECP has developed the 2015 standard for the average per hour value of pro bono service. The current rate is $150 per hour, an increase from $120 as published in 2009, also in partnership with Taproot.

The Global Guide to What Counts

This Global Guide represents the first significant step toward a larger objective: leveraging the definition of eligible charitable donations presented herein to unlock a shared language for benchmarking and analysis.

Valuation Guide

CECP’s Valuation Guide defines all terms used in the Giving in Numbers Survey to ensure consistent reporting across participating companies. This is a useful tool for CECP survey participants and nonparticipants alike.

A Decade of Growth: The Corporate Sector and Society

2015 marked the 10th anniversary of Giving in Numbers, the leading corporate societal engagement report that CECP releases.

2015 10th Annual Board of Boards

Leading CEOs from around the globe gathered on February 23, 2015 for an interactive discussion and case study review in which business leaders shared strategies for creating a competitive advantage by infusing a higher purpose throughout their core business strategy.

Giving Around the Globe: 2015 Edition

Giving Around the Globe: 2015 Edition is the leading source for guidance on the global expansion of corporate community engagement. The report is primarily based on data from 57 of the world’s largest companies located outside of the United States from 15 countries, which represent US $5.2 billion in cash and non-cash in 2014.

Giving in Numbers: 2015 Edition

Developed by CECP, Giving in Numbers: 2015 Edition is based on data from 271 companies, including 62 of the largest 100 companies in the Fortune 500. The sum of contributions across all respondents of the recent survey on 2014 contributions totaled more than $18.5 billion in cash and in-kind giving

2014 CECP Summit

Speakers from across sectors, including Fortune 500 CEOs, foundation presidents, Forbes “30 under 30” honorees, best-selling authors, and many other of today’s most sought-after thought leaders, present and interact with attendees at the CECP Summit.

2014 9th Annual Board of Boards

While CEOs learned that
trust in business is low and expectations have never been higher, corporate societal investment increased, and became more focused and innovative. But CEOs agreed they could do more.

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