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Building Human-Powered Organisations – our new ESG Executive Education programme

We are delighted to announce our new course: Building Human-Powered Organisations – ORGANIZATIONAL MATURITY: Corporate Responsibility, Human Performance, and Societal Value, that will be run in partnership with Prague University of Economics and Business. This course provides business leaders and managers with a … Continue reading

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The Case for Radical Reform of the Banking Sector

MI’s Stuart Woollard was delighted to present at a recent Transparency Task Force symposium. Stuart explained the Maturity Institute’s OMINDEX® diagnostic ESG standard and showed ratings and analysis evidencing the capability of the major global banks to serve society and generate … Continue reading

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Does Stakeholder Capitalism require a new total value management system?

The Maturity Institute’s OMINDEX® ESG standard generates the base measure for its ‘Total Stakeholder Value’ metric. With its 32-factors, it provides boards and c-suites with a foundational, whole diagnostic system for the management and creation of value; for shareholders and … Continue reading

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How MI’s OMINDEX & Total Stakeholder Value (TSV) align with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

The UN has been working hard at making the world a more responsible and sustainable place since the 1970s and in 2006 it brought its thinking to investors with the introduction of 6 principles of responsible investment. These are designed to … Continue reading

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Keeping it in the family? Study by MI and Cambridge Judge Business School to uncover how ownership affects long-term value and sustainability

Why aren’t all businesses like Julian Richer’s? The owner of UK based Richer Sounds was recently widely lauded for passing a well-run family business into the hands of its employees. Proponents of both family and employee owned businesses used the … Continue reading

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