The 2017 Good Governance Report paints a positive picture of the quality of boardroom decisions in our largest organisations, but the focus must now turn to ensuring that the writ of the board is driven down through the organisation.
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The Institute of Directors' 2017 Good Governance Report is positive news for the FTSE100. The quality of governance, based on traditional key indicators such as audit and risk, board effectiveness, remuneration and reward, is excellent and speaks to the serious and professional approach that our most high-profile companies have taken.
However, the Good Governance Report is evolving, just as society’s ideas of what constitutes good governance is changing. Increasingly we are moving away from the n
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