In our ongoing series of thought-leader Q&As, we interviewed Kathryn Higgs, Director of the Transparency-International Business Integrity Programme, sharing her thoughts on the role of technology in both increasing risk exposure and aiding in risk management. Read about it on our blog.
Which 10 CEOs have earned stellar reputations? Our latest blog post takes a look at the starring role that a CEO plays in a company’s reputation, what investors and consumers expect from corporate leaders, and the risks of falling short on those expectations. Read more on our blog.
Two steps up for U.S. compliance: Encouraging voluntary disclosure and outlawing anonymity on the international bribery and corruption front. Get details about the changes on our newest blog post.
Is corporate sustainability sustainable? While some have their doubts, a fund created by the UN Global Sustainability Index Institute is changing minds. In the fund’s first year of operation, it yielded a 27.63 percent return. Read how these impressive results are another reason for committing to CSR.
Social purpose is your brand's new best friend. Social Media Week shared the facts that prove the rise in purpose-driven brands, including growing consumer support of sustainable brands and increasing company investment in capital for social impact.
When you hear the words ‘artificial intelligence,’ what comes to mind? If your mind turns to a Hollywood blockbuster, you aren’t alone, but machine learning—a narrow branch of AI—is transforming how organisations identify risk. In
The planet benefits from corporate social responsibility strategies regardless, but brands begin to benefit when consumers are aware of those efforts. Reducing a carbon footprint is a good look for brands, and it engages consumers when the particular efforts align with their individual values. That's why PR professionals should utilise social media to spread the word about their initiatives.
Can accreditation for ISO 37001 help companies mitigate bribery and corruption risk? Our Q&A with Jean-Pierre Mean, anti-corruption lawyer and leader in the Standard’s development, takes a deeper look.
Corporate social responsibility efforts not only benefit the planet and brand reputation, but they are also key to attracting millennial consumers. Here are three qualities of the socially responsible brands that appeal to millennials and how PR professionals can emphasise them.
Two steps up for U.S. compliance: Encouraging voluntary disclosure and outlawing anonymity on the international bribery and corruption front. Get details about the changes on our blog.