Corporate strategy

Index here items on business strategy and business performance, innovation, productivity, mission and values, corporate culture organisational capability and knowledge management

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    Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002

    The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) is an American statute, introduced on 30 July 2002, to improve the accuracy of financial reports and accounts issued by public companies in the US. The most significant provision requires the...

    HR urged to lead on social responsibility (news)

    The apparent lack of interest in corporate social responsibility (CSR) among employers could turn into a valuable opportunity for HR professionals to form new alliances and make a significant difference at boardroom level...

    Time to do the right thing (Corporate social responsibility)

    The scale of wrongdoing at Enron and WorldCom has made the phrase “corporate social responsibility” (CSR) seem like a sick joke. If large companies cannot be trusted to account for their profits honestly, why...

    Trust funding

    World Bank staff refer frequently to bank president James Wolfensohn’s brazen use of the “C” word. “C” for corruption, that is. When he took up the reins in 1995, one of Wolfensohn’s first actions was to name corruption as...