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Building Corporate Governance and Sustainability Competency

Building Corporate Governance and Sustainability Competency

Coulson-Thomas, Colin (2018) Building Corporate Governance and Sustainability Competency. India CSR network, India CSR [].

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Contemporary boards operate in a business environment of change, uncertainty and insecurity. They are simultaneously confronted with multiple and inter-related challenges and new and unprecedented opportunities. The issues faced by many boards have also become more complex and may have a variety of short, medium and long-term impacts for many corporate activities and, in some cases, most stakeholder groups. They may require a collective response and they have implications for how boards operate and corporate governance arrangements.

This plenary speech was delivered by Prof Colin Coulson-Thomas on 26th October at the International Conference on Corporate Governance and Sustainability element of the 2018 London Global Convention which was held in the Grand Ballroom at the Hotel Montcalm, Marble Arch, London, UK

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Additional Information: Speech first delivered on 26th October 2018 at the 18th London Global Convention on Corporate Governance and Sustainability themed on Board’s Transformational Strategy for Building a Sustainability Paradigm, 24-27 October 2018, Hotel Montcalm, Marble Arch (UK).
Uncontrolled Keywords: Corporate Governance, Competency, Corporate Governance Competency, Sustainability, Sustainability Competency, Directors, Boards, Corporate Leadership, Changing Issues, Complexity, Multidisciplinary, Inter-related, Collective responses, Systems thinking, Leadership, Multi-location working, working parties, creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor > HD28 Management. Industrial Management
Faculty / School / Research Centre / Research Group: Faculty of Business
Faculty of Business > Department of Human Resources & Organisational Behaviour
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