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Until the past few years, our society has not expected corporations to act like exemplary citizens. But we are seeing hopeful signs that this could be changing.
Today's social and political dynamics have further sharpened the need for companies to rethink corporate purpose, values, and ethics beyond compliance.
These considerations are essential for companies to factor into their AI strategies.
BSR helped the telecommunications firm Telia Company integrate human rights into business decision-making in two ways: Human Rights Impact Assessments (HRIAs) in six Eurasian markets where the company is exiting and HRIAs in two European markets where the company continues to invest.
Here are four insights into how to apply the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights that we gained while conducting recent human rights impact assessments for Telia Company.
Companies seeking to understand and build an ethical culture should consider systems thinking and group dynamics theory.
Rather than resolving issues as they arise or worsen, the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network now aims to shift the integrity culture of the maritime sector to a point where corruption is no longer entertained as a possibility in any port.
As we witness a systematic assault on the foundations for a just and sustainable world, a new question is arising: How do companies and CEOs respond when basic principles are under attack?
Three main implications for the future of corporate transparency point to the increasing importance of proactive and strategic approaches.
Since its establishment, the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network has quickly become a world-leading and award-winning example of the power of collective action. Here is a look at its impacts and its strategy looking ahead.
This report presents an overview of the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN)'s activities and impacts over the past five years and outlines its new strategy for 2020.
This report provides a summary of the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) collective action in Indonesia, which has established a concrete action plan for all stakeholders to drive change in the operating environment.