"Organisations often talk about their purpose informing their strategy, but what does that mean?"
Organisations often talk about their purpose informing their strategy, goals, objectives and values. What is a corporate purpose – and are there .. Read more any differences between a purpose statement and mission statement? The FRC has raised concerns that organisations use their ‘corporate purpose’ more as a marketing statement, but is this fair when purpose can mean something different things to different stakeholders? In short, do organisations need more clarity on corporate purpose?. Others are questioning the relevance of corporate purpose and governance, as least as currently understood. The importance given to corporate purpose by regulators and other stakeholders means that the company secretary needs to steer their board through these differing views, to ensure their purpose remains valid in these changing times.
- This webinar will be hosted by Peter Swabey, Policy & Research Director, ICSA
- It will include Rosemary Martin, Group General Counsel & Company Secretary, Vodafone Group
- Karina Bye FCG, Company Secretary Aviva Investors, UK Life & Pensions and UK General Insurance
|Wed, 18 Nov||
Changing the narrative with purpose
Organisations often talk about their purpose informing their strategy, goals, objectives and values. But what does that actually mean?
Peter Swabey Policy & Research Director, The Chartered Gov..
Peter SwabeyPolicy & Research Director, The Chartered Governance Institute
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