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Stewardship’s quiet hero

Are there difficult environments where aggression and bullying are the only way to get results? This question was raised in the...

Better judgement

I am a judge. Not in a court of law, but in a rather special company award scheme. For the...

First steps towards a wealth creation manifesto

Is the governance and proper conduct of our companies a priority for the UK government and Kwasi Kwarteng, the Business...

A national discomfort policy

‘It was getting hotter’. These are the opening words of ‘The Ministry for the Future’, a science fiction novel by...

The Better Business Act – a charter for pie splitters?

Last week I was invited by the UK’s Institute of Directors (IoD) to hear a discussion about the proposal for...

Architects or plumbers – the big four’s ESG dilemma

Last week I compared the Big Four Accounting firms with the Church and said that their plans to invest heavily in the...

From hubris to hybrid

Oh to be a fly on the wall in the Exxon boardroom as Alexander Krasner joins Kaisa Hietala and Gregory...

ESG and the lucrative market for salvation

For the medieval church the quest for salvation was a major concern.  Demonstrating your faith through good works was a...

New Undergraduate Module and Conference for Business Students: University of East Anglia & Tomorrow’s Company

Tomorrow's Business Leaders: a Force For Good Tomorrow's Company has set as one of its two priorities the objective of...

From hubris to hybrid

Oh to be a fly on the wall in the Exxon boardroom as Alexander Krasner joins Kaisa Hietala and Gregory...