IOD Corporate Governanace
Practical Advice for Directors on Today's Most Important Boardroom Issues
By (author) Institute of Directors
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Book DescriptionOver the past few years, corporate governance has come under increasingly intense scrutiny. It is not difficult to see why. When America's seventh largest company in terms of capitalisation suddenly collapses, amid a fraud scandal involving one of the world's leading auditors, the whole system by which western business operates begins to feel unsafe. After Enron came more scandals in the US and Europe, with even the UK - widely acknowledged as a leader in the governance field - far from immune. Governance means rigorous supervision of the management of a company; it means ensuring that business is done competently, with integrity and with due regard for the interests of all stakeholders. The pressures on boardrooms can only increase. This guide sets out the current governance scene, and provides key information on the core issues, including: the regulatory framework; developing a strategy for good governance; building the board and measuring its performance; and, how to realise competitive advantage.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9781904520252
(209mm x 150mm x 6mm)
Imprint: Director Publications Ltd
Publisher: Director Publications Ltd
Publish Date: 10-Nov-2004
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
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Author Biography - Institute of Directors
The Institute of Directors (IoD) is a non party-political business organisation founded by Royal Charter in 1903, currently with around 55,000 members. The IoD is dedicated to providing directors with the information and advice they require to help their business succeed. The IoD produces a number of successful titles, including The Director's Handbook and The Effective Director (both Kogan Page).
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