Business ethics in the mining industry, ethical investment research, and ethical assessment for mining and metal companies are marching in together to unknot the classical oxymoron of sustainable mining by rediscovering the value of transparency.
Integrated thinking – the only right approach to the management of companies. This means that the company should identify all stakeholders, examine their basic legitimate needs and expectations and establish an ongoing strategic relationship with them.
In a set of the government spells there is something about social responsibility of business, but there are no mechanisms of compulsion to this responsibility. There are riot police detachments, but there is no parliament for negotiations.
How can society, government, business and citizens create conditions for the needed radical transformations to take place in economy, business, politics, civil society and culture based on credible and common values? The answer to this question were given at the Global Ethics Forum, held in Geneva on June 28-30, 2012.
An integrated report can take three pages, but maybe even ten. The main thing is that it reflects the position of the company, its priorities and culture. Without it no business will be successful.