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Taking a stand

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Shareholder activism is on the rise across the globe. Read more.

Publication date: 2013-08

Remuneration in the spotlight

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EY Performance-Remuneration in the spotlight

As remuneration committees become more transparent, they are also facing an increased workload. Read more.

Publication date: 2013-08

Enterprise Intelligence: aligning needs and goals

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It has never been easier to access data, in many ways, it has never been harder to identify and find what you really need. Read more.

Publication date: 2013-08

Fueling change

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Veteran green-energy pioneer Amory Lovins has a road map that businesses and governments the world over can use to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels and generate significant savings, profits and growth. Read more.

Publication date: 2012-06

Controlling Excellence: adding value to business

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Traditional management accounting has evolved into strategic controlling. But as businesses face a dramatically changed environment, will their controlling functions be efficient and effective enough to meet the challenge? Controlling Excellence is an approach that helps companies concentrate on value creation and value drivers, raising quality and reducing costs. ... Read more.

Publication date: 2012-06

Where next for corporate social responsibility?

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Companies should not neglect their social responsibilities for the sake of short-term financial gains, warns Colin Crouch, Professor of Governance and Public Management at the University of Warwick Business School. Read more.

Publication date: 2011-09

Reaping what you sow: the evolution of CSR

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Companies are increasingly recognizing that socially responsible activities can help, rather than hinder, their profitability. Read more.

Publication date: 2011-04

How managerial transfer pricing can create economic value

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This article presents support for the use of managerial transfer pricing as a means for creating economic value, not just meeting fiscal and legal requirements. It suggests six key principles that will help transfer prices contribute to economic value creation. The article is based on parts of the author’s dissertation. ... Read more.

Publication date: 2011-09

Making sustainability sustainable in China: a supply chain perspective

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Multinational businesses trying to implement sustainability across their supply chains are observing China, where most manufacturing supply chains are based. Though, often, Chinese sustainability efforts lag behind due to lack of supplier management buy-in. A longer-term approach is needed and emerging social networking technologies may help end-to-end supply chain compliance. ... Read more.

Publication date: 2011-09

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