Issue 124
1 October, 2019

A spate of suicides at France Telecom following a corporate restructuring provides further evidence on the importance of culture

Activists are causing arts organisations to rethink – and even return – financial donations from corporate sponsors, which can leave both sides looking exposed

While celebrities and royalty alike justify flying by pledging to plant trees, the carbon offset is time-consuming and complex to calculate. Behaviour change is a far more efficient solution.

Nicola Green, director of corporate affairs at O2, discusses the challenge of having a seat on the executive board for communications professionals

The success of the Lionesses at the World Cup prompted a wave of interest in women’s football but how is it best to build and exploit that?

Years after EY first launched its corporate purpose, the professional services firm launched a programme to re-engage employees