How the World’s Most Ethical Companies Are Aligning Corporate Culture and Strategy

Letters this year from BlackRock and State Street Global Advisors to CEOs and board members both emphasized corporate culture and purpose. The influential letters reflect the increased focus by many companies on how ethical corporate culture and profitability can co-exist, and are propelling other companies to heighten that focus. The Anti-Corruption Report spoke with Erica Salmon Byrne, executive vice president, governance and compliance, of Ethisphere and the chair of the Business Ethical Leadership Alliance, about Ethisphere’s recent survey of the practices of companies it has rated the “World’s Most Ethical” and three important factors in aligning culture and strategy. See our guest article series: “Behavioral Ethics and Economics, Compliance Culture and Meeting DOJ’s Compliance Expectations (Part One of Two)” (Jun. 26, 2019); Part Two (Jul. 10, 2019).

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