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value system

the accepted mode of conduct and the set of norms, goals, and values binding any social group. Such guidelines for determining what is right or wrong, good or bad, and desirable or undesirable serve as a frame of reference for the individual in reaching decisions and in achieving a meaningful life.

value system,

n the accepted mode of conduct and the set of norms, goals, and values binding any social group that serves as a frame of reference for the individual in reaching decisions and achieving a meaningful life.
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Big-hitting speakers and panel members confirmed so far include Hazel Blears, MP, who championed the Social Value Act, Maggie O'Carroll, chief executive of Liverpool's Women's Organisation, Clare Dove, chair of Social Enterprise UK, and Phillip Blond, founder of independent thinktank ResPublica.
The categories will be:Social Value Leadership Award for an Organisation,Social Value Leadership Award for an Individual,Promoting and Mainstreaming Social Value Act Award,Driving Value for Money Award.
Examples of social value delivered as part of a procurement could include offering training to offenders as part of their rehabilitation, creating local apprenticeships or reducing harmful emissions.
Brush will coordinate and connect all that is entrepreneurial across campus, and broaden Babson's external reputation to advance economic and social value around the world.
Through the Birmingham Business Charter for Social Responsibility, we are committed to doing everything we can to add social value to the local economy, creating and protecting jobs locally wherever practical and possible.
It then explores how the creation of economic and social value might be extended into the future.
Improved dialogue with stakeholders for transforming into a social value innovator
in utilizing social return on investment ("SROI") analysis* to calculate the social value of the biodiversity conservation activities conducted by the "SAVE JAPAN Project.
Higher ambition; how great leaders create economic and social value.
Chain ReACTion, which describes Coast & Country's approach to securing social value in the supply chain, was launched at the company's Westfield Farm resource centre in Dormanstown recently.
Thus, creating social value is a prerequisite for creating business value; there are no shortcuts
Our calculations show that a more affordable, more comfortable and faster railway would generate a staggering pounds 324bn in social value [pounds 9.