Kitty Owen, Headland Consultancy

What's the future of corporate governance? (video)

Governance is becoming more fast paced and transparent, says our panel of business experts.

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Last Updated: 09 May 2014

The new generation of workers expect a firm’s governance code to be transparent and central to the organisation, say our panel of experts at MT’s corporate governance roundtable in association with BSI.

‘We don’t understand enough of what a company’s five key values are, and that’s really important,’ says recent graduate Kitty Owen, now a consultant at Headland Consultancy.

But Professor Chizu Nakajima says we need to be realistic about our expectations: ‘We need to think about what it is we want businesses to achieve. If anything we have too many requirements and expectations on these companies.’

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