Robert Swannell, M&S

9 November, 2017

A leading role for the future: Robert Swannell, M&S

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Cape Town, South Africa, King IV, corporate governance

3 November, 2017

South Africa needs a stepped-up approach to governance

South Africa’s economy continues to struggle and faces significant headwinds in the immediate future. Against this backdrop, a stepped-up approach to good gover...
corporate governance

3 November, 2017

View from the chair: Ken Olisa on good governance

For years, Conrad Black's view that an interest in good corporate governan...
good governance, corporate governance

18 October, 2017

Governance concerns the whole organisation, not just the board

The Institute of Directors' 2017 Good Governance Report is positive news for the FTSE100. The ...
boardroom, conference, corporate governance

24 July, 2017

Governance: collective wisdom applied to complex uncertainty

When the Stronger Governance Better Boards theme of ICSA: The Governance Institute’s 2017 annual conference in London was chosen late last year, Article 50 had not yet been triggered, the p...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Malaysian boards

13 July, 2017

Malaysian boards urged to establish good governance incentive schemes

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) chairman, Tan Sri Ranjit Ajit Singh, has urged corporate boards to set up incentive structures that compel board members to focus on long-term goals instead of ...
corporate governance sign

4 July, 2017

Good governance should start with boards’ own performance

In the wake of recent corporate scandals revealing serious lapses in collective judgement, the board’s role in a company’s culture and leadership development is becoming an increasingly critical p...