This paper highlights some of the recent developments and trends related to anti-corruption and fraud prevention that can help CGMA designation holders to champion better business for the long term.
This report will provide a starting point for any organisation seeking to establish an ethical culture, where the aim is to have shared understanding of the types of behaviors that are expected and acceptable.
This paper explores the subject of trust within an organisation: what creates blocks to internal trust, the implications of such blocks and how to create structures that encourage stronger relationships.
The operating environment for business has changed irreversibly in recent years. Change is still underway – additional issues that pose very serious threats to business include forced labour, child labour, dangerous working environments, land clearance, environmental degradation, harassment and the misuse of data.
Ours is an increasingly interconnected world, with an unprecedented rise in data and information flows and ever-more complex and extended global supply chains. As a result, organisations are facing more risk than ever, whilst under public scrutiny, to manage their business responsibly.
This tool helps you to not only navigate ethical dilemmas, but also to respond in a manner that upholds your professional standards.
This report highlights three clusters of critical questions that organisations should address to manage responsible business.
Tanya Barman, Head of Ethics at CIMA, discusses the recent results of the Managing Responsible Business survey and the ethical challenges organisations must navigate to succeed.
Businesses that want to succeed in the long term have to reflect upon ethical challenges in their own operations. They must take action to avoid integrity risks.
This CGMA survey report explores the importance placed on business ethics, ethical performance and ethical management within organisations, and the specific role played and challenges faced by individual CGMA designation holders.
A recent survey of CGMAs around the world found that business leaders are increasingly recognising the need for ethical performance, and its impact on the bottom line.
This joint report from Transparency International UK and CGMA highlights the legislative landscape, including the intensification of international measures to combat corruption.