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CEO, board director; Project Syndicate columnist, host Reuters “In the Boardroom with Lucy Marcus” IE Biz School Prof facebook.com/lucypma...

Lucy P. Marcus is a board chair and non-executive director who is challenging conventional wisdom inside and outside the board room. She has emerged as a strong voice setting the agenda on future proofing boardrooms and companies around the world, and was recently recognised with the Thinkers 50 “Future Thinkers” Award and was ranked 19th on the Reuters & Klout 50 list of “Most Influential Execs on the Web”. The ...

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Shorty Award

2012 - Finance
Finalist for a Shorty Award in Finance

Corporations can't thrive in the post-secrecy era

theguardian.com — What do the recently released Panama Papers, ExxonMobil, and a Canadian mining company operating in Guatemala have in common? They are all cases in which powerful individuals and organisations tried to obfuscate, deceive, or hide behind a front. And they are all cases in which that effort didn't work.

The War on Secrecy

project-syndicate.org — Lucy P. Marcus, founder and CEO of Marcus Venture Consulting, Ltd., is Professor of Leadership and Governance at IE Business School and a non-executive board director of Atlantia SpA. LONDON - What do the recently released Panama papers, ExxonMobil, and a Canadian mining company operating in Guatemala have in common?

Why Press Freedom is Good Business

project-syndicate.org — Press freedom and independence, a staple ingredient of democracy worldwide, is declining at an alarming pace. And the transparency and vigilance that a free and independent press provides are critical not only to democracy: Without high-quality journalism, achieving better, stronger, and more robust economies is not possible.

What beats corruption?

newtimes.co.rw — LONDON - Corruption is a global scourge, sometimes becoming so deeply ingrained in countries that combating it seems impossible. In January, Transparency International released its annual Corruption Perceptions Index, noting that the problem "remains a blight around the world."

Developing Women Leaders: Five Essentials

linkedin.com — We need to make sure we are investing time and energy to developing future generations of women for leadership. There are five universal factors that make a real difference in encouraging young women to reach success. We need to make sure we are investing time and energy to developing future generations of women for leadership.

3 factors driving better corporate governance

weforum.org — Around the world, the corporate governance landscape is shifting, as efforts to improve business practices and policies gain support and momentum. The wave of reform has become visible ev...

Why tackling corruption in corporate governance is not impossible

theguardian.com — Corruption is a global scourge, sometimes becoming so deeply ingrained in countries that combating it seems impossible. In January, Transparency International released its annual Corruption Perceptions Index, noting that the problem "remains a blight around the world".

Learning how to beat corruption

livemint.com — It thrives wherever power, secrecy, repression combine. It is undone by civic mobilization, vigilant enforcement Corruption is a global scourge, sometimes becoming so deeply ingrained in countries that combating it seems impossible. In January, Transparency International released its annual Corruption Perceptions Index, noting that the problem "remains a blight around the world".

Corruption falters as investors, journalists and voters take action

theguardian.com — Corruption is a global scourge, sometimes becoming so deeply ingrained in countries that combating it seems impossible. In January, Transparency International released its annual Corruption Perceptions Index, noting that the problem "remains a blight around the world."

What Beats Corruption?

project-syndicate.org — Lucy P. Marcus, founder and CEO of Marcus Venture Consulting, Ltd., is Professor of Leadership and Governance at IE Business School and a non-executive board director of Atlantia SpA. LONDON - Corruption is a global scourge, sometimes becoming so deeply ingrained in countries that combating it seems impossible.
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Norway's Telenor CFO, legal director resign over Vimpelcom case: weaknesses in co's handling corruption allegations reut.rs/1pUTxHs


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