Crafting a Sustainable Corporate Performance: The Value of Corporate Conscience

J Kamwachale Khomba, Rabiya Hanif, Ella C Kangaude-Ulaya, Kizito Kanyoma

Abstract


It is common knowledge that an organisation cannot operate in isolation without the critical roles that various stakeholders play in influencing organisational operations and ultimate corporate performance. Thus, stakeholders that are interdependent have to be rewarded based on their respective efforts in promoting and creating organisational wealth in different capacities. This study aimed at ascertaining the extent of corporate conscience phenomenon as on how body corporates in Malawi tackle and distribute wealth to their different stakeholders who are actively involved in the creation of such an organisational wealth. The study findings reveal that most business executives in Malawi recognise that being a body corporate with a conscience is a recipe for success of their current and future operations and the ultimate sustainable corporate performance. It is anticipated that the study results will improve the perception of business executives towards corporate conscience as well as transform the approaches in academic and business research programmes.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/jms.v4n3p94

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Journal of Management and Strategy
ISSN 1923-3965 (Print)   ISSN 1923-3973 (Online)

 

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