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Should investors focus on ESG or TSV?

The Financial Times rates John Authers’ journalism as ‘premium subscription’ quality, so it was a rare and welcome opportunity to see his ‘Opinion – Market Insights‘ piece aired in the mainstream edition yesterday (31st May). This should reach as wide … Continue reading

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OMINDEX: MI to rate maturity and Total Stakeholder Value (TSV) of world’s Universities

MI is very pleased to announce its latest project to create the tertiary education sector within OMINDEX by incorporating OMRs (organizational maturity ratings) for Universities from across the world. Funding and enrolments at universities across the globe are expanding significantly … Continue reading

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Corporate purpose: clearly defined, measurable, and linked with higher Total Stakeholder Value (TSV)

Banking Governance & Culture Report Series: Part 5 (of 10) The litany of corporate failures over decades, inequality between the wealthiest and the poorest, and the unresolved issue of corporate diversity are some of the drivers behind increasingly vociferous demands … Continue reading

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Bank CEO pay fails the test of Total Stakeholder Value (TSV)

Banking Governance & Culture Report Series: Part 2 (of 10) The Financial Times just reported Bernstein research on the magnitude of bank CEO pay; drawing comparison between the high relative pay of US bank CEOs and their European counterparts. Bernstein … Continue reading

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CEO pay is tested against Total Stakeholder Value (TSV)

As part of our Banking Governance and Culture project, we have been able to test our new global standard for CEO remuneration. This MI standard provides for an executive remuneration system that is explicitly linked to Total Stakeholder Value (TSV); our … Continue reading

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Total Stakeholder Value (TSV)

Two fundamental, leadership lessons are there to be won from the global financial crisis of 2008. First, corporations can no longer be left to define ‘success’ for themselves.  Second, neither can their shareholders; because the era of ‘shareholder value’ primacy … Continue reading

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Women in Finance 2019: Connecting impact measurement to intrinsic value & financial performance

MI’s Paul Kearns and Investment Advisor Lucy Dunnett will be co-presenting on “Connecting impact measurement to intrinsic value & financial performance” using Total Stakeholder Value at the 2019 Women in Finance Awards and Summit on 26 June 2019. Their presentation … Continue reading

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Cambridge Judge Business School and MI embark on ground-breaking joint research project

The Maturity Institute (MI) is excited to announce a joint research partnership with the University of Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS). Our ultimate purpose is to maximise the Total Stakeholder Value (TSV) of all organisations. We measure TSV using our … Continue reading

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The Investment Analyst’s Dilemma

The Investment Analyst’s Dilemma in the New Stakeholder Economy – by Lucy Dunnett, Investment Advisor, Berenberg Bank “We are seeing increasing interest in new models for measuring companies. To date, when we try to predict the performance of a company, … Continue reading

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It’s time to end the snake oil and quackery by professionalising ‘organizational health’

It was during the 19th Century that the practice of human health became a modern, professional endeavour. For example, in 1858, the General Medical Council was established in the UK to set standards of practice and oversee professional, medical clinicians. … Continue reading

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