The shared value
Snam intends to develop its sustainability path on the basis of the Shared Value approach so as to create value for the Company and for the community in which it operates and because it has always considered sustainability towards all stakeholders an integral part of its business model.
The Shared Value approach formalized by Porter and Kramer in 2010 explores the link between the economic system and the company in that a company’s growth depends to a considerable degree on the quality of the region in which it operates and the communities in turn can create favourable conditions for business development. The concept of shared value completes the classical idea of social responsibility, which sees social development as a central and not auxiliary objective.more
In order to create Shared Value, Snam undertakes to promote sustainable development along its
entire transport, dispatch, regasification, storage and distribution process. The creation of
Shared Value is a fundamental part of Snam’s way of working and concentrates on specific fields of
activity in which the potential for creating joint value for both the company and its stakeholders
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