Higgins, The Bored, sustainability

10 November, 2017

The Bored: Higgins on (un)sustainability

There's always a buzzword, isn’t there? Only, this one is here to stay. ...
data, data analytics, technology

6 November, 2017

How technology could transform board evaluations

The government’s planned changes to the UK C...
Corporate governance, board intervention, non-executive directors

14 September, 2017

Corporate governance and the proactive board

Boards are supposed to provide governance and oversight of strategy and activities pursued by senior management. But the approach they take to fulfilling this role can vary considerably. Often, ...
Higgins, The Bored, digital transformation, digital revolution

8 September, 2017

The Bored: Higgins on digital non-transformation

There's an awful lot of talk about the upcoming digital revolution, when our lives will be transformed irrevocably by new technology. And it's change that we all face: changing ways of managing our li...

11 July, 2017

Non-Financial Reporting Directive: embracing the challenge

Non-financial reporting requirements are nothing new for Europe’s listed companies, yet regulators and investors feel that many still don’t get it. The
purposeful business, business executives

22 June, 2017

Research captures shift in purpose for global business

Just 15% of global board directors say their company's purpose is to maximise shareholder value, according to a survey from EY. The research, which polled 1,400 business leaders from around the wor...
organisational politics

1 June, 2017

Organisational politics can be an asset to strategy execution

Dysfunctional politics can sink an organisation, but it can also be a force for good. This makes many executives frown, but the reality is that politics is normal—and too often a hidden barrier to e...
digital communication, digital leadership

15 May, 2017

Eleven leadership guidelines for the digital age

Ten years ago, when we would ask senior executives or company directors what “digital” meant to them, their response would usually be something related to social media. Today, it might be apps,...
Ethical, ethics, Scrabble

15 May, 2017

Ethical ‘lapses’ driving more CEO departures, says study

An increasing number of chief executives around the world are forced out of their roles because of "ethical lapses", according to a

17 August, 2016

MPs probe potential for blocking foreign takeovers

[caption id="attachment_1574" align="alignleft" width="300"]