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Zinkin, John

Better Governance Across the Board

Creating Value Through Reputation, People, and Processes

    33,99 € / $39.99 / £31.00*

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    Publication Date:
    2019
    To be published:
    May 2019
    ISBN
    978-1-5474-0095-9
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    Overview

    Aims and Scope

    Better Governance Across the Board is a practical guide for achieving good corporate governance of organizations regardless of whether they are for profit, listed, state-owned, family owned, or widely held. It delves into the questions boards must ask if they are to fulfill their fiduciary duties, taking account of regulatory issues. Part I defines corporate governance, explaining the four reasons why it matters and how it applies to a wide range of organizations. Part II explores the "Five P" framework of Purpose, Principles, Power, People, and Processes that helps boards to create sustainable value. Part III concludes by showing how the organization’s long-term "license to operate" is achieved by boards focusing on the three most important assets of the organization: its reputation; its people, and its processes.

    This book explores the dilemmas that currently exist in modern approaches to corporate governance and suggests ways of overcoming them. Based on ten years of teaching more than 1,500 directors of publicly listed companies, it integrates key principles of leadership, ethics, branding, and governance into a unique five-factor framework to help directors make good decisions in strategy, risk management, succession planning, internal controls, and stakeholder engagement.

    Details

    Approx. xv, 235 pages
    Language:
    English
    Type of Publication:
    Specialist Text
    Keyword(s):
    Corporate governance, Leadership, Ethics, Branding, Srategy, Board of Directors, Fduciary, Regulation

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    John Louis Rishad Zinkin, Managing Director, Zinkin Ettinger Sdn Bhd

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