CEO LOUNGE WHITE PAPERS
At a recently held virtual conference presented by Chorus Call, stalwarts across industries came together to
discuss aspects of virtual governance.
As boards accelerate their efforts to go transparent and inclusive, there is an urgent need to balance them with reality and financials. Corporate majors are looking at textbook values and going back to first principles with renewed interest. Two industry pioneers shared insights on how corporate governance is evolving and what it means to navigate this maze in today’s uber vitreous world.
Good governance is not just good for brand image, it adds brand value.
The power dynamics are shifting and it is about involving shareholders and stakeholders.
Power-sharing is in everyone’s interest – it can change corporations for the better.
ESG (environment, social and corporate governance) is not a fad – it is about involving everyone, giving back to the community and acting responsibly.
WABI SABI IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD:
Is the act of going virtual truly a tool that has increased access, with its promise to create a sustainable advantage over competitors? Or is it a cold wedge that has driven humane aspects apart, helping fulfil statutory and regulatory requirements?
Virtual meetings have increased shareholder participation, outreach and access.
Virtual meeting technologies have been a great enabler and democratiser shattering barriers of geographies and time zones.
We will be looking at hybrid Meeting models in the future – where the attendee has a choice.
The intangible outcomes of virtual meetings cannot be written off – investor value, smaller carbon footprints and higher engagement volumes.
CAN THE VIRTUAL WORLD BE A VIRTUE FOR SHAREHOLDER MANAGEMENT?
On 30th April industry experts came together to discuss how the new virtual world is rapidly changing the way we work and engage with stakeholders? What are the best practices in winning trust and transparency with stakeholders? And what the future holds – now and forever, in times ahead.