Coming to terms with business transparency

Today there is a genuine business requirement to be transparent - clear, honest and open about every aspect of your organisation.

Coming to terms with business transparency

Chris Davis and Corrine Moy

Businesses today are under scrutiny from all angles. The rise of the 'prosumer', the ever-increasing media microscope on business ethics, the global penetration of the internet and the trend towards freedom of information leaves corporates with little choice but to be accountable.

In the participation society in which we live, every citizen has the tools to be an investigative journalist, a consumer watchdog, an opinion influencer. They are not afraid to ask questions or challenge the establishment; and they expect answers. Due to their increasingly questioning nature,...

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