Monthly Archives: April 2021

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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Company legislation should mandate a Global, ESG Management System for Total Stakeholder Value

The Maturity Institute’s OMINDEX® provides a practical solution to the most wicked management problem facing the world Presumably, the purpose of company law is to ensure that companies behave responsibly? In UK company law, Section 172 of the Companies Act … 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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Business school education – behind the ESG curve?

The Financial Times has been grappling with questions of corporate responsibility for some time now and the advent of ESG investing has forced it to produce its own version of what “Responsible Business Education” should look like. Here are a … Continue reading

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