Five seasoned global business leaders share their views on the board’s role in helping to reinforce, assess and oversee the corporation’s culture
Given the importance of maintaining a healthy corporate culture in a challenging business and risk environment, the Audit Committee Institute interviewed directors and subject matter experts from around the world to gather their perspectives on the board’s role in helping to reinforce, assess and oversee the corporation’s culture.
In this edition of Global Boardroom Insights, we share their insights, which we hope will help you facilitate robust boardroom discussions about the challenges and opportunities related to corporate culture oversight in your own organisations. While their individual views offer varying perspectives, some universal takeaways emerged from the discussions that should be worthwhile for all boards to consider. By making culture a regular item on the board agenda and asking the right questions, directors can help ensure that culture supports business strategy.
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