Corporate culture is now at the top of today's business agenda and is cited in equal measure as the cause of success as much as failure. It is well documented that the tone at the top has an impact on corporate culture – but what does that mean? What action are boards and leadership teams taking about corporate culture and how connected are they to the ‘real situation’ within their companies and organisations?
Mazars and Board Agenda magazine, in association with INSEAD, have launched a European survey to find out more about the state of corporate culture in Europe’s leading companies and the role of the board.
As part of Mazars’ Business. For Good® global initiative, we would like to find out more about the state of corporate culture in Europe’s leading companies and the role of the board. This research will measure how boards and directors across Europe are managing this crucial success factor – by industry, by company type and by country. Discover more about this survey by visting Board Agenda's website here.
The report, to launch in September, will provide key insights about the way corporate culture is being shaped by leadership teams in European companies. So, if you’re on, or associated with, a board of listed or large private company and have under ten minutes to spare to take part, please click here to complete the survey.
Thank you for taking time out to participate in our survey. The report will be accessible online in September 2017. Watch this space for the latest updates.
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David Herbinet Global Head of Audit - London, United Kingdom
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