Involving GCs in business strategy is key to turning risk into competitive advantage
The structures of global organisations, and the roles their executives play within them, are evolving rapidly to keep pace with the ever-changing global economy. As the importance of technology to deliver today's corporate objectives in almost all sectors is giving the chief information officer a more high-profile and cross-functional role, the same can be said of the general counsel as legal, regulatory and other risk issues take centre stage in corporate strategies and board discussions worldwide.
Companies that recognise the true value of their in-house teams are more likely to thrive, says Kathryn Britten
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