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Category Archives: Government
We’re starting to see a new approach to how our major corporations are governed and held to account. However few are getting excited about it. Talk about corporate governance and most people’s eyes glaze over. When the Financial Reporting Council … Continue reading
With the UK election over and the government up and running, what are the prospects for responsible business now, and how will the recently released Taylor Review of employment status change expectations. On the face of it, normal politics in … Continue reading
With the UK general election over, what did it tell us about the continued relevance of corporate responsibility and sustainability? Four things at least, despite the lack of debate. Prediction is a mug’s game. In guessing numbers of seats in … Continue reading
With the election battle gathering pace in the UK, big business is keeping its head down, despite having much at stake. Mike Tuffrey reads the early runes as the contest unfolds. The pundits will tell you that political parties adopt … Continue reading
An opportunity to kick-start a move towards more mission-led companies is getting caught up in Brexit fall-out. A little reported but potentially momentous bit of thinking is going on in the depths of the UK government. Earlier this summer the … Continue reading
Too many companies are trapped by the ‘curse of materiality’ and aren’t accepting the challenge of change. When the Global Goals were agreed last September, I hailed them as setting “the new, de-facto global standard for businesses to design, measure and … Continue reading
The climate agreement in Paris is being hailed as a triumph. But is it really, and what does it mean for business? Getting the governments of nearly 200 countries to agree to any one thing is no mean feat. And … Continue reading
Companies like GSK and GE are focusing on health outcomes as a key measure of business success. Other companies would be well advised to learn lessons from their approach. Andy Wright from GSK reminds us in Briefing’s ‘speaking out’ commentary … Continue reading
Yesterday saw the launch of a book project that I’ve been working on with colleagues over the last year. Between us, we persuaded 27 authors to put pen to paper and say what should be in a programme for government, … Continue reading
Mike Tuffrey seeks inspiration from Roosevelt in advocating a four point plan for a sustainable economic recovery. With all the depressing news about the economy, I can recommend a re-reading of the inaugural address of newly-elected President Franklin D Roosevelt, … Continue reading