Leaders who are not present during a time of organizational crisis increase the impacts on the organization due to the effect that their absence has on employees’ stress levels and the likelihood of them burning out.
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Research by the Universities of Portsmouth and Salford shows that installing directors with a history of questionable professional conduct can result in losing up to 64% off a company’s value.
Your organization’s key executives are one of the top targets for cyber attackers and are, unfortunately, often a weak link in the cyber resilience chain. This is where digital executive protection (DEP) comes in. Adam Jackson explains more…
The UK Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has announced important revisions to the UK Corporate Governance Code which will apply to companies with a premium listing on the London Stock Exchange.
As the surge in technological innovation continues, driven by AI and other emerging technologies, the traditional IT landscape is undergoing a radical transformation. As well as opportunities, this evolution brings significant challenges, particularly in strategy, risk, and governance.
Technology and climate pressures are creating resilience challenges for organizations and 45% of CEOs surveyed for PwC’s 27th annual Global CEO Survey do not believe their business will be viable in a decade without reinvention.
Businesses need to ensure that their supply chains are resilient and secure in the face of growing global supply chain pressures warns the Chartered IIA.
Organizational mistakes are often the root cause of crises, but should mistakes be admitted to? And how should this be managed?
In 2024 many organizations will appoint a chief AI officer to oversee the safe and responsible use of AI, says Bernd Greifeneder…
A new report on supply chain due diligence is sounding the alarm for business leaders and boards to take immediate and comprehensive action on climate change,…