Five tips for getting corporate transparency right
Corporate transparency can be an important asset to an organization’s social responsibility practices because it proves that you practice what you preach. In addition, a better insight into how your company works can be reassuring for prospective employees and investors – it projects an image of a fearless, self-confident organization that has no trouble showing what it believes in. While this sounds very nice in theory, attaining transparency is not always easy, and it may even backfire if it is approached the wrong way. To do it right, you will need a combination of culture and technology.