Geopolitical risk is here to stay, but businesses may not be ready for the next major incident, says report from IIA and Airmic.
The Institute of Business Ethics says just 40% of those polled in its annual survey think business is ethical—down from 59% in 2020.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) are some of the most challenging and risky endeavours board members encounter—so make sure you know the pitfalls.
One of the most frequent mistakes boards make is failing to recognise the seriousness of human rights risks—but it isn’t the only hazard. Here are ten mistakes boards can avoid.
The Confederation of British Industry finds that Brexit and young people have focused discussion on the role and reputation of business in society.
Ensuring long-term success is about protecting reputation. But it may mean a painful adjustment from short to long-term thinking and to a more inclusive form of capitalism.
A lot is spoken about organisational risk, but non-executives should remember their reputations are on the line too. Nick Hood describes the steps need to protect a personal reputation.
Reputation and strategy are two sides of the same coin. Prioritise reputation and it should determine a sensible strategy that rejects the short term.
Research shows governance and citizenship are growing in importance for how companies are viewed by the public.
Google announces new measures and tightened rules after advertisers complain that content on YouTube was positioned alongside hate videos.