Measuring Co-operative Value with Monash University

With Thinker in Residence Dr Guy Turnbull (UK) and the Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals

You’re invited to join our international expert on co-operatives, Dr Guy Turnbull, and guests of Monash University & the Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals (BCCM) for a Dunstan Dialogue about measuring co-operative value. This session aims to explore how we can measure the value of the co-operative sector following Monash Universities latest research on the Mutual Value Measurement Project.

This Dunstan Dialogue will feature presentations from:

  • Dr Guy Turnbull, Thinker in Residence 
  • Melina Morrison, CEO of the Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals 
  • Dr Paul Thambar, Monash University 

We recommend this session if you are in the private, public, non-for-profit and research sectors or if you have an interest in social impact measurement or social business models.

Date:       Tuesday 13th November  

Time:       3.30pm – 5.00pm 

Location: Flinders Boardroom, Level 11, Flinders University, 182 Victoria Square, Adelaide SA 5000

Cost :       $20* (Afternoon Tea Provided)

The Dunstan Dialogues are a series of discussions between prominent visiting thinkers, and leaders in our state to exchange knowledge, make connections and collaborate. The Don Dunstan Foundation has hosted dialogues featuring a number of prominent speakers. Find out more about our Dunstan Dialogue series and our previous speakers.

This event is organised by the Don Dunstan Foundation in partnership with Monash University and the Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals is part of our Thinkers in Residence Program. Access more information about the program and how it aims to grow jobs in the Purpose Economy within South Australia.

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