There are significant water issues in many regions around the globe, in both developing and industrialized nations.
In the Book Excerpt from the most recent McKinsey Quarterly, authors Dominic Barton and Mark Wiseman summarize the thoughts of several contributors to the collection of essays Perspectives on the Long-term.
My latest research and report: Redressing the balance: How management accountants drive sustainable corporate strategies was inspired by an article in national UK newspaper, The Guardian.
As somebody who takes a keen interest in global events and developments, one of my annual ‘must read’ reports is the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report.
One of the things highlighted by the recent financial crisis about investing in emerging economies is the importance of good governance.
For many management accountants, the world of big data can seem as distant as Earth is from Mars (225 million kms, if I am being precise).
Ethics is a growing priority for business leaders but they are struggling to embed an ethical culture. To fully embed an ethical culture, organisations must improve training, communication and leadership.
Creating value is essential to any business. Therefore, understanding how your business creates value is a vitally important factor in running your business.
Excited? About an exam? Seriously? Yes, seriously.
Corporate culture is an amorphous concept. We all experience its effects and have an implicit understanding of what is being referred to, but it’s difficult to pin down.