The challenge of sustaining corporate culture and ethics during Covid-19
This was the latest session in our Ethics Series, organised in conjunction with the Canary Wharf G30 Conduct and Culture Group and Canary Wharf Multifaith Chaplaincy, kindly hosted by Clifford Chance.
The discussion explored some of the practical challenges and ethical issues faced by businesses as a result of Covid-19. Our panel explored if it is really possible to sustain a strong corporate culture and ethics strategy in the context of a pandemic. We were delighted to have a distinguished panel.
James Bardrick (Citi)
Professor Alex Edmans (London Business School)
Chinwe Odimba-Chapman (Clifford Chance)
Katherine Savage (EY)
The discussion was very thought provoking, with some great insight from the panellists and the feedback we received suggested this was a very topical agenda. We are therefore delighted to be able to share the conversation with a wider audience. To watch the video please follow the link.
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