A reformed character? – a look at reporting on purpose, culture and values – Emperor

The collapse of Carillion and the scandal engulfing Oxfam have brought the issues of corporate culture and governance further into the spotlight. Now, more than ever, companies and Boards need to demonstrate that they have a purpose beyond profit and articulate how this purpose is reflected in their corporate culture and strategic objectives.

The collapse of Carillion and the scandal engulfing Oxfam have brought the issues of corporate culture and governance further into the spotlight. Now, more than ever, companies and Boards need to demonstrate that they have a purpose beyond profit and articulate how this purpose is reflected in their corporate culture and strategic objectives. 

In this white paper, we look at current trends in culture reporting across the FTSE 350 and provide tips and good practice examples to help improve reporting.
 

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Why Emperor?
We’re experts in producing corporate reports that people want to pick up, read and act on. When a direct, skilfully executed approach is needed, we’re trusted to deliver. But it’s the way we listen to and work with our clients that makes our approach different.

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Rachel Crossley
Head of Consulting
rachel.crossley@emperor.works
020 7729 9090

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Published 6 March, 2018

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