ESG risk communications usually pass through multiple administrative layers within an organization.  These layers can reduce the fidelity of the communication stream and diminish or lose urgency of significant risks.  Urgent ESG risks can therefore get ‘stranded’ within an organizational chart, which usually means that the risk does not emerge at the board level. For…

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Financial risks, and the appetites of Boards and Executives in managing them, have had a long history of governance. While the occasional failures of organisations in managing financial risks indicates that financial risk management is not yet perfect, it is still acknowledged as a mature area of governance. Organisations have become increasingly adept at managing…

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It is no secret that customers want more than they have ever had. ‘More’ comes in the form of greater value for money, of higher and quicker availability and of greater functionality. But it also comes in the form of a higher aspiration; that the product they buy is produced in a way that is…

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