Responsible Management Excellence (RME) model

Corporate Governance, Social Responsibility and Business Ethics in one model.

There is no such thing
as business ethics.
There is only one kind –
you have to adhere
to the highest standards.

Marvin Bower

RME model:

Corporate Governance,
Social Responsibility
and Business Ethics
in one model

EBEN responds to the need of modern business (private or public sector) to operate effectively within the principles
of Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility by developing the Responsible Management Excellence (RME) model, which has been applied for about 10 years to a significant number of companies and organizations operating in different sectors.

The holistic approach of Aristotle

RME is based on Aristotle’s logic that “excellence is a habit” and “leadership needs Ethics (Business Ethics), Reason (Management Systems), Passion (Passion for Ethics) to achieve Sustainability“.

Following this holistic approach of Aristotle (Greek philosopher 384-322 BC, Teacher of Alexander the Great), EBEN’s RME is based on two main pillars, Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility, which focus on the Company’ s Code.

The model consists of 10 basic criteria (which are divided into a total of 50 sub-criteria and cover all the activities and processes of an organization) and incorporates modern systems & international practices, taking into account local values, international principles, compliance and transparency issues.

Corporate Governance is divided into Business Analysis, Business Performance, Internal Audit and Regulations &
Communications in the above areas.

Social responsibility is divided into Environmental actions, Social activities, Results of Economic stability and Regulations & Communications related to the above actions.

Corporate Governance (CG) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) intersect with the Corporate Code, which is considered the heart of the model.

Certification RME:

Receive valuable tools

Businesses and organizations participating in different levels of achievement receive valuable tools both to improve their operations and to save and utilize their resources and become part of a wider team with common values and vision.


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