As enthusiastic football fans crowded into pubs and bars around the world, the larger-than-usual demand for CO2 led to a shortage that could have a far-reaching impact of the Food & Beverage #supplychain. How do you effectively mitigate risk—whether from supply chain disruption or changing regulations? We look at some of the latest issues that highlight the importance of real-time risk monitoring in our latest blog post. Take a look!
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.
LEGO bricks made from sugar cane? It’s happening. The plant-based plastic bricks coming out this year will pave the way towards a goal of 100% sustainable products and packaging by 2030. See what other Corporate Social Responsibility strategies LEGO has in place.
For the latest installment of our Q&A series, we spoke with Simon Baptist, EIU global chief economist to get his insights on identifying and managing risk. Read the interview on our blog today.
Today, the UN World Day of Social Justice, we recognise the scale of social injustice, and the urgency needed in combating it. Read more on this year's theme - 'Workers on the Move: The Quest for Social Justice'.
As the year draws to a close, supermarket shelves are once again groaning with the weight of chocolates that will be sold and gifted in vast quantities globally. With December 9 being Anti-Corruption Day, however, now is the perfect time to ask, “Are the goodies we add to our shopping carts hiding a sinister side in their supply chains?”
Our series on PESTLE risk monitoring concludes with an exploration of the “E” risk—Environmental—and the diverse ways in which it impacts organisations.
Our series on PESTLE risk monitoring continues with a deeper look at “L”—Legal risk—and how it can impact organisations enterprise-wide.
Our series on PESTLE risk monitoring continues with a deeper look at “T”—Technological risk—and how it can impact organisations enterprise-wide.