‘Protecting Long-Term Interests Of Stakeholders Is Fiduciary Duty’

by Dina Medland for Forbes

“Until recently there have been two separate worlds. There are experts in the fields of corporate governance, those who focus on compensation and other boardroom issues – and there has been the sustainability universe, which includes investors. Now we are beginning to see a convergence” says Bob Eccles, Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School.

It’s an early start for him today in New York as the UN Global Compact begins the day by imagining the #FutureCorporation at its Global Compact LEAD symposium on a live stream. It is the launch of an innovative program for company boards and a bid to bring different worlds together. Read more here.

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