Results for Governance

Roger Cowe: are CSR managers in line for a promotion?

Roger Cowe: are CSR managers in line for a promotion?

July 01, 2003 The recent furore over executive pay demonstrates that the inner sanctum of many corporate boardrooms still remain beyond the bounds of the humble CSR manager. Here Roger Cowe makes the case for CSR considerations to be promoted onto the corporate governance agenda. Read more >
Never the twain should meet?

Never the twain should meet?

July 01, 2003 Corporate governance and corporate social responsibility experts rarely have occasion to speak with one another. But the time is nigh for the two to talk, argues Rob Lake, and where better to start than inviting CSR specialists into the boardroom. Read more >
Have we lost it?

Have we lost it?

December 01, 2001 How should the socially responsible company think about, and actually implement, ethics? Philippa Foster Back, new director of the Institute of Business Ethics, calls on companies to ensure their social responsibility is more than skin-deep. Read more >
Enterprising Solutions in the Region

Enterprising Solutions in the Region

October 01, 1998 TECs, chambers of commerce and Business Links have been trying to improve their support services for small firms locally. Now a government review is underway. It's time for business to insist on a regional solution. Read more >
The ‘good management’ index shows results

The ‘good management’ index shows results

August 01, 1998 A year ago in Issue 33, Alastair Bruce described a new best practice model, to compare performance and improve management of corporate community involvement. Here he sets out the results from a group of leading companies. Read more >
Holding the stewards to account

Holding the stewards to account

April 01, 1998 Back in the news are plans to improve the way modern companies are governed, with management giving a more inclusive account of their stewardship of the business. Read more >