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How to assess the impact of climate change on your organisation
Adapting to environmental factors including those related to climate change will impact how you compete in a changing economic landscape.This tool provides a mechanism to record where further action needs to be taken and provides a basis upon which a climate change strategy can start to be formulated.
Published on January 27 2012
How to improve your board’s effectiveness: three tools for risk and strategy governance
In recent years there has been considerable attention to issues such as the structure of the board and its committees. But there needs to be more emphasis on how well the board oversees strategy and risk as well as the appropriate behaviours required to fulfil this task effectively. Here we
Published on March 21 2012
The future of ethics
A panel of experts discuss ethical culture, accounting for ethics, dilemmas, pressures and business issues.
Published on July 23 2012
Five likely threats that should keep global leaders up at night
Threats that keep top experts and high-level leaders up at night are the risks that are beyond any one company or even one nation to handle. A report from the 2013 World Economic Forum lists the most likely ones with the biggest damage potential.
Published on February 25 2013
Adopting the Principles
The purpose of the Global Management Accounting Principles© is to support CEOs, CFOs and boards in benchmarking and improving their management accounting functions. The Principles provide a reference for all managem
Too many Australian, New Zealand companies face corruption risk with “blissful ignorance”
A string of bribery scandals and stricter enforcement of foreign and domestic anti-corruption laws is slowly raising awareness among Australian and New Zealand companies doing business abroad that they are at risk. But many remain in total denial, according to a Deloitte survey.
Published on October 19 2012
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
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
UK companies still have work to do on ethics
High-profile scandals such as LIBOR and foreign exchange rigging have prompted authorities to introduce a raft of new regulations designed to raise ethical standards.
Published on June 02 2015
WEF global risks report 2013
The World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report 2013 analyses 50 global risks in terms of impact, likelihood and interconnections.
Published on February 08 2013