Tapping into the thinking of young professionals on issues that affect business, society and the economy is a vital part of any evolutionary process. Corporate governance is no exception.
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At its annual conference in July, ICSA: The Governance Institute gave a preview of its research on how 18-35-year-old governance professionals see their role and the issues they believe are most likely to cause governance challenges in the future. The survey comes at a time when trust in business is at a low point, and demands to improve governance are high.
The project, called Next Generation Governance, reveals some telling initial findings. Rep
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