Superimposed on the responsibilities to stakeholders is the need to act ethically in whatever the firm does. They give as examples of this type of governance arrangement multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs) that bring together firms, non-governmental organizations, and members of local communities to deliberate and decide on policy matters, such as the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), and the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).
Partnering with UN Women to empower Indigenous women in Chile: In 2016, we began working with UN Women and the Government of Chile on a collaborative project to promote the empowerment, leadership, and economic and social participation of Indigenous women in northern Chile.
Both those who have had high-profile or exceptional achievements in 2015 that have exerted a major impact on the way business is conducted AND those with longer track records of championing ethical conduct and causes over many years are strong candidates for nomination.
The ethical responsibility of the capability of an item to deliver the expected value is not entirely borne by the individual who provided the item, nor by the individual who accepted it, but is subject to the communication that occurs between them prior to entering into the transaction agreement.
The prevailing image of the Japanese management system in very large companies is very similar, if not the same as the management system used in small Japanese companies, because business management systems are, after all, a product of their particular national culture.