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A new age of public accountability

Implications for directors

A new age of public accountability


We have entered a new age of public accountability. One that is changing the relationship between governments, businesses and the people they serve. Corporate directors are experiencing a fundamental shift in the way governments and their public intervene in the economy.

With social media channels on 24/7 alert, the public is demanding quick, responsive action from business and government. Public skepticism, combined with unprecedented transparency, is placing directors under scrutiny like never before.

The boundaries of corporate responsibility are rapidly expanding, challenging corporate boards to rethink their role in the public domain.

Learn what this means for directors as they navigate the changing landscape.

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