Stewardship Asia partners with many organisations to produce content that explores the roles of companies and individuals in practicing stewardship. Here you will find all of the articles published externally and any news articles in which the Centre was featured.
Now more than ever, consumers want to engage only with companies they trust. How does one develop trust through data stewardship?
ExxonMobil's and TotalEnergies' different strategies on climate change show that an inclusive stewardship approach helps to future-proof company performance and build resilience.
In a national business survey done by the Singapore Business Federation before the onset of COVID, bread-and-butter concerns were predictably top-of-mind when asked what they would like to see laid out in this year’s Budget.
Ong Boon Hwee, CEO of Stewardship Asia Centre, shared insights on the nexus of stewardship and sustainability at a recent international workshop on the issue of transboundary haze hosted by the Sarawak Tropical Peat Research Institute (TROPI) and jointly organised with the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and the Academy of Sciences Malaysia (ASM). The session underscored the importance of stewardship and the need for all stakeholders to work together to protect our environment and resources.
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Stewardship is defined as taking care of that which has been entrusted over the long term, so that it can be passed on in better shape. To achieve this aim, individuals and organisations alike need to build on upon three key foundations: values, people, and leadership.
By upholding responsibility for their assets, shareholders hold the key to a greater good. Published in Millionaire Asia, Issue 42, Volume 12.
How can a business thrive and sustain growth while enhancing the wealth of its stakeholders and the well-being of the societies in which it operates? Mr Ong Boon Hwee, CEO of SAC, gives his advice on how steward leaders can sustain long-term success in organisations. Published in Entrepreneurs' Digest, Issue 67 May/Jun 2016, Page 38.
What is the role of a company’s board? Why does a company need to have a board? From a purely legalistic perspective, the answer seems obvious: Since 2012, Singapore’s Code of Corporate Governance has stated that the board of a publicly listed company should bear responsibility for the company’s long-term success. First published Apr 27, 2016. Source: The Business Times © Singapore Press Holdings Limited.
The long-term success of a business rests upon the exercise of good stewardship by its stakeholders. This article was first published in HRD Singapore on March 30, 2016. Reproduced with permission.
Good stewardship is fundementally inclusive concept, well within the grasp of any stakeholders who wish to practice it. This article was first published in The Edge on March 21, 2016. Reproduced with permission.
Common sense needs to be applied to both practices to bring about enduring business performance. First published in The Business Times on May 22, 2015. Source: The Business Times © Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Reproduced with permission.
A starting point for practical improvement in the investor chain lies in the application of two very simple words - value and mandate. First published in The Business Times on Apr 16, 2015. Source: The Business Times © Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Reproduced with permission.
Collaboration between investors and delegation to directors are essential to create resilient and responsible companies. This article was first published in The Business Times on Mar 17, 2015. Credit: The Business Times © Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Reproduced with permission.