Monthly Archives: May 2021

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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Simplifying ESG – ‘S’ is for Global, Social and Corporate Reorganization

It is inevitable that ESG will lead to a new, global system of value management, in time. This new management system is dependent on the right approach and measurement system for the ‘S’. Oxford English Dictionary definition: ‘Social’ – adjective. … Continue reading

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What Are The Critical Questions To Ask Every Prospective Board Member?

Andrew Hill’s recent management challenge at the Financial Times ‘Business School’ was to identify the ideal question to ask to a former CEO seeking a board position We thought the FT’s boardroom selection challenge was particularly interesting. With the emergence … Continue reading

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