Today’s boards must ensure that stakeholder interests are factored into decision-making. The idea that corporations should be accountable not just to their shareholders but to a wider universe of stakeholders has rapidly gained traction. The global pandemic has amplified the need for businesses to secure a strong social license to operate. The con-fluence of an unprecedented health and economic crisis, the looming threat of climate change, and demands for business to address inequality and social injustice have catapulted stakeholder engagement to the top of the board agenda.
To read the article published by Spencer Stuart: Stakeholder Voices in the Boardroom