The Institute’s new guide, a five step approach to considering organisational culture, serves as a useful starting point for a board, or those in executive or senior management positions. By Níall Fitzgerald The Business Roundtable is a group of influential CEOs from America’s leading companies, and it recently renewed its “statement of purpose”. Having spent… Read More How do you change an organisation’s culture?
The provision of environmental reporting clearly aligns to our profession’s core values, so we can all play a role in the drive for sustainability.By Kate van der Merwe Since the 1970s, the influential Business Roundtable has exclusively represented CEOs of the most prominent US companies. In August 2019, 181 CEOs issued a new mission for the group… Read More Report the whole story
The most successful managers and leaders help their teams learn from mistakes in an atmosphere of respect and acceptance. By Annette Clancy Your doctor tells you that you will need to undergo major surgery for a life-threatening condition. Fortunately, you have private health insurance, which will allow you to choose the hospital in which the procedure will… Read More Psychological safety at work
Work-life balance can have enormous value in any organisation, but meeting the needs of a broad spectrum of employees is more art than science.By Ed Heffernan For well over a decade now, work-life balance has been part of the conversation. The 2019 Leinster Society Salary Survey cited, perhaps unsurprisingly, that 86% of respondents said it was a… Read More The art of work-life balance
In the first of a four-part series, Kate van der Merwe considers the interplay between Finance and sustainability against a backdrop of increasingly extreme weather events. I love the sound of rain and the fresh release as it makes way for breaking sunshine (on those days that it does make way!) So it is hard to… Read More Can finance and sustainability go together?
The Mercosur agreement pushes buttons in terms of market and political sensitivity way beyond its substance. By Brian Keegan The French call it ‘jouer á la marchand’; our children might call it ‘playing shop’. No matter where they’re from, kids learn the principles of exchange and barter, and the benefits of gang membership through play.… Read More Playing shop