Results for Governance

Companies get tough

Companies get tough

October 01, 1997 Over the summer, several multinationals had the confidence, to defend their shareholders' interests by engaging vigorously with the wider community. In the UK, the Hampel Committee missed the point. Read more >
Little and large: partnerships for jobs

Little and large: partnerships for jobs

August 01, 1997 As concern about unemployment rises up the public policy agenda across Europe, the European Round Table has taken a timely look at what large companies can do to help small firms create jobs. Read more >
Sir Ronnie to the rescue

Sir Ronnie to the rescue

February 01, 1997 Will the Hampel committee on corporate governance break new ground in the debate about to whom companies are accountable and for what? Read more >
Tomorrow’s CCI Manager

Tomorrow’s CCI Manager

February 01, 1994 What does the future hold for CCI professionals? What will their job description be? How will they be doing their jobs? Read more >
Corporate Citizenship in Europe

Corporate Citizenship in Europe

February 01, 1994 An international conference "Promoting Corporate Citizenship in the New Europe", was held last October in Barcelona. Here John Griffiths, a consultant to the organisers, Corporate Citizenship Europe, discusses the prospects for corporate community activity across the continent. Read more >
Thorn EMI – from scanners to stars

Thorn EMI – from scanners to stars

October 01, 1993 EMI used to be described as a conglomerate, but over the past eight years it has been re-shaped into a focused entertainment and rental group. Its community involvement has had to reflect this. Read more >
Regeneration

Regeneration

August 01, 1993 At a seminar in London on July 30, a group of community development specialists heard Joan Shapiro from the South Shore Bank of Chicago explain how her bank is making money through reviving distressed communities. Read more >