Tag: Andrew Kakabadse
Cyber criminals chase ransomware insurance money
Specialist ransomware criminals are investigating victims’ insurance capacity—sometimes by blatantly asking companies outright.
Listen up—and get a feel for future risk
In a world rife with conflict, boards can develop valuable strategic opportunities from the geopolitical knowledge of their general managers.
How to chair the board more effectively
As boards respond to pressure for immediate results and compliance, a smart chair can help directors to focus on strategic, long-term success.
AI decision-making presents new ethical risks
Businesses are allowing artificial intelligence to make decisions that need a human touch. Boards must balance the risks and benefits.
Meaning at work: the value of workplace rituals
Many workers are struggling to find inspiration and purpose post-pandemic. Leaders must nurture workforce rituals that create meaning.
Financial reporting must show real impact—and costs—of ESG activities
To make ESG activities meaningful, IFRS and GAAP should feature data that is relevant to long-term corporate and societal value creation.
The storm before the calm: how boards can make better decisions
Behind every apparently calm surface lies a mass of board member interests, beliefs and emotions. How these conflicts can be managed?
The hot seat: how chairs shape a positive board culture
A chair’s real skill lies in their ability to engage with and earn the respect of the board without having to overtly exercise power.
Boards need to stop ESG greenwashing and recognise reputational threats
There is no standard measure of environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance—and the system is largely being used as greenwash.
The regulator’s dilemma: finding a balance between trust and compliance
Organisations of all types can be divided on their mission, vision and strategy. A combination of compliance and stewardship is the solution.