There has never been a more important time to address the issues concerning ethics and ethical behaviour within organisations around the world.
Despite the fact that four out of five companies have ethical policies in place that should be driving a rise in standards of behaviour, over a third of respondents feel under pressure to compromise those standards.
The recent CGMA ethics report provides an important and fascinating insight into just how effective efforts into promoting ethical business practices have been over the last few years.
To accompany the CGMA global report on business ethics, Managing Responsible Business, we have created a number of online tools to help support your work.
Why a report on leadership? Corporate leaders told us that they don’t just want people who are strong in their core areas of professional expertise, but also have skills in management competencies.
As my particular specialism is corporate reporting, I was drawn towards the statistics on the number of organisations that publicly report on ethical performance.
This report charts the journey towards becoming a ‘transpersonal leader’, one who fully considers and acts on the needs of all stakeholders.
This case study places you in the role of corporate controller for a larger public company, making decisions that will not only affect your future, but the future of many others.
Does your employer have a Code of Ethics? 80% of respondents globally to our recent CGMA survey acknowledged their organisation did.
Despite more commitment to ethical performance, pressure to act unethically on rise, study by American Institute of CPAs and Chartered Institute of Management Accountants shows.
A reflective checklist that allows individuals and organisations to assess the level at which sound ethical management practices have been embedded in the business.
Here we present three tools that can help organisations and their boards to address issues such as the structure of the board and its committees.