Saturday November 28, 2020

The judge’s view: what makes a Best Managed Company

Anya Cummins describes the judging process and highlights what the judges look for in a winning company

8th March, 2020
Anya Cummins: ‘For all, a robust strategy is a must’. Picture: Jason Clarke

Passion, intensity, scrutiny, conviction. No, I’m not describing the winners of this year’s Best Managed Companies, but what I observed from our judging panel members in what was, this year, a judging process full of discourse, debate and challenge.

There is no doubt that the scrutiny our judges placed on the companies this year was elevated and this makes sense.

After all, the scrutiny companies face from regulators, customers and clients,...

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