Tag Archive for 'Institute of Directors'

Stuart Falla sets the stage for the annual IOD debate by asking how the burden of running Guernsey services should be shared

October 8th, 2011 by Stuart Falla

I’m looking forward to being involved again in an IOD debate. A sequence that Tony Carey and I started all those years ago. The simple principle behind the early Guernsey Institute of Directors debates was to stimulate debate on the issues of the day. Stimulate debate by those that had been asked to participate, those […]

Are the Guernsey business sector and the public service provision sector sharing the burden together?

October 7th, 2011 by Julian Winser

Is Corporate Social Responsibility just the latest management tool, or is there a demonstrable relevance for Guernsey by way of sharing the burden of social provision? I will start this by highlighting the principal differences between the two types of organisation that would be involved in the ‘sharing of the burden’ mentioned above – and […]

Successful business leaders do CSR

January 31st, 2011 by Deirdre Dudley-Owen

Deirdre Dudley-Owen of Ceras gave the following presentation to the Guernsey Institute of Directors seminar on Corporate Social Responsibility held at the Duke of Richmond Hotel on 28 January 2011. —— “I am going to indulge myself here and set the scene for what we are about to discuss. Last night I sat on the […]

The debt crisis – Pain Aversion – a Good basis for the country?

September 18th, 2010 by Jon Moulton

Jon Moulton of Better Capital LLP gave an engaging and thoughtful presentation to the Institute of Directors (IOD) at Moores Hotel on 17 September 2010. Mr Moulton began by looking at Guernsey’s situation.  He is very pleased with Guernsey but he highlighted the dilemma of Guernsey’s proximity to the European Union.  He asked “Is Guernsey […]