The impact of the cost-of-living crisis, high energy costs and inflation tops list of risks in Institute of Business Ethics research.
Business success depends on purpose—and therefore ethics—being the top item on any organisation’s board agenda.
Artificial intelligence must be ‘governable’ and ‘used for good’, says a declaration from 28 countries represented at the AI Safety Summit.
Companies benefit from diverse workforces, but also from having the input of different opinions and ways of thinking.
The Institute of Business Ethics is sending a clear message to the many FTSE 350 companies that lack an accessible ethics code.
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But organisations that approach diversity, equity and inclusion from a compliance perspective fail to reap its benefits, research finds.
Consumers and employers expect ethical corporate behaviour—and will vote with their feet when trust is breached.
Executives look to the ‘huge advantages’ of AI and see a role for business in addressing concerns, survey of CEOs reveals.
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