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Bridging the ethical divide
About 80% of companies have ethics codes, yet only 36% collect ethics data. Learn more about the “ethical divide.”
Published on May 21 2012
Ethical reflection checklist
A reflective checklist that allows individuals and organisations to assess the level at which sound ethical management practices have been embedded in the business.
Published on May 18 2012
How not to cut ethical corners as economic growth slows in emerging markets
After years of rapid growth, economies in some emerging markets have slowed, causing companies to lower their vigilance about fraud, bribery and corruption risks, according to EY research. But there are ways to better manage these risks.
Published on October 10 2013
Finance teams require better data skills to tackle fraud
UK businesses are monitoring risks better than ever and increasing their coverage of fraud risk. However, significant challenges around data analysis, staff training and a lack of routine risk assessments remain, according to a study from Deloitte.
Published on April 05 2013
Managing responsible business
Global commentators look at the findings of the CGMA’s Managing Responsible Business report.
Published on September 11 2012
Responding to ethical dilemmas: CGMA ethics resources
This tool provides links to resources to help CGMAs navigate ethical dilemmas and respond in a manner that upholds their professional standards..
Published on May 30 2012
The invisible elephant and the pyramid treasure
This report charts the journey towards becoming a ‘transpersonal leader’, one who fully considers and acts on the needs of all stakeholders. This type of leadership is a better fit for the future, and has been developed from 13 years of experience of working with senior leaders. Also included are
Succeeding in the CIVETS
Enviable growth and compelling demographics make Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey and South Africa, together known as the CIVETS nations, markets to be reckoned with.
Published on January 31 2012
Recession dampens effort to stem corporate corruption
A few wealthy nations stepped up efforts last year to crack down on companies that bribe foreign officials to get lucrative contracts abroad, a watchdog group reported. But most of the 39 countries that joined the crackdown launched 15 years ago have done nothing or not enough, according to the
Corruption remains a serious problem in BRICS, study finds
Emerging markets promise rising consumer demand, but many also harbour serious corruption risks. Find out how the BRICS fare on the 2013 Corruption Perceptions Index and get the rankings for other developed and developing nations.
Published on December 11 2013