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MI sets the standard in evidence-based HR – with the scientific method

Since the Maturity Institute’s (MI) inception in 2012 we have been blazing an evidence-based trail: taking progressive human governance and human capital management into the worlds of finance and investment with OMINDEX. We also set the highest global standards, based … Continue reading

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Press Release: The Maturity Institute calls for the redefinition of corporate purpose using Total Stakeholder Value

London, 5 October 2017: The Maturity Institute (MI) today invites recognition for redefining corporate purpose using MI’s Total
Stakeholder Value (TSV) and OM30 Measurement of Organisational Effectiveness. Paul Kearns, MI Chair said: “Our invitation has been sent to a wide range … Continue reading

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MI to audit ‘Big 4’ behaviours and practices

As the world’s first, ‘whole system management’ institute, MI has a set of universal standards. We use these to rate how well organizations are performing today and the probability that they will continue to perform and grow in value. The rating … Continue reading

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MI joins TTF team for UK Government paper and presentation

MI’s Stuart Woollard has joined the Transparency Task Force’s Financial Stability Team, which is going to produce a White Paper to be presented to politicians, senior civil servants, and regulators on 7th February at the House of Commons. The team’s White … Continue reading

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2017 Banking Governance and Culture Report: What We Learned

What did we learn from rating governance, culture and human capital management at 21 banks? Here are the slides from our latest webinar. If you would like a free recording of the session, please email stuart.woollard@omservices.org  

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PwC – The March of the Clones

“The big-four accountancy firm PwC is facing criticism over potential conflicts of interest after advising Britain’s top water watchdog at the same time as several water and sewage companies.” This story today in the Financial Times, about PwC’s conlicting roles … Continue reading

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Cow gas, bull**** and Fortune Magazine’s social responsibility

Please note – this post contains some, intentional, strong language, which readers of a certain sensibility may find offensive. I had never before considered just how socially irresponsible cows could be until I came across Fortune Magazine’s ‘Change the World … Continue reading

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Our latest newsletter

    Our latest newsletter is now available via this link with stories and information on: – Inclusive Capitalism and Total Stakeholder Value – 2017 Banking Governance and Culture report – Corporate Purpose – 10 Years After the Crash – … Continue reading

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Company reporting: our response to the SEC petition on human capital management

The Maturity Institute recently responded to a petition submitted by the Human Capital Management Coalition, a collaboration of 25 pension funds representing over $2.8Trillion in pension assets. Meredith Miller, Chief Corporate Governance Officer for the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust, … Continue reading

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A clinical analysis & assessment of immature leadership and amateur HR – a fatal combination.

Ten years after the crash of 2007, banks today might be more solvent but we still cannot trust them. Their underlying culture, where profit conflicts with societal value, has not changed. They persist in trying to justify their profit-driven behaviour … Continue reading

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