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The Board Book

Author : Susan F. Shultz
ISBN : 1435714776
Genre : Business & Economics
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The 10 Most Common Mistakes in Using and Creating Boards: The First Mistake: Failure to Recruit Strategically ; The Second Mistake: Too Many Insiders ; The Third Mistake: Too Many Paid Consultants ; The Fourth Mistake: Too Much Family ; The Fifth Mistake: Too Many Cronies ; The Sixth Mistake: Getting the Money Wrong ; The Seventh Mistake: Fear of Diversity ; The Eighth Mistake: Information Block ; The Ninth Mistake: Passive Boards ; The Tenth Mistake: Failed Leadership.

Back To The Drawing Board

Author : Colin B. Carter
ISBN : 9781578517763
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 33. 31 MB
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Business scandals from Enron to WorldCom have escalated concerns about corporate governance into a full-blown crisis. Institutional investors and legislators have dominated the debate and enacted important changes in corporate accounting and other areas. But Colin B. Carter and Jay W. Lorsch say that we must now focus on the performance of corporate boards. This timely book argues that boards are being pressed to perform unrealistic duties given their traditional structure, processes, and membership. Carter and Lorsch propose a strategic redesign of boards--making them better attuned to their oversight, decision-making, and advisory roles--to enable directors to meet 21st century challenges successfully. Based on the authors' deep expertise and longtime experience working with boards around the world, and on a probing survey of CEOs, Carter and Lorsch help boards to develop a realistic value proposition customized to the company they serve. The authors explore the core dilemmas and responsibilities boards face and outline a framework for designing the most effective structure, makeup, size, and culture. This book provides a candid account of the current state of boards and points the way in a time of crisis and change.

Research Handbook On Corporate Legal Responsiblity

Author : Stephen Tully
ISBN : 9781845428280
Genre : Law
File Size : 72. 34 MB
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What I liked in particular about the Handbook was that each chapter identified the issues within a theoretical context and then gave the historical perspective with an accurate account of the current legal position and set down clear markers on the issues likely to influence future developments in corporate responsibility. Phillip Taylor, The Barrister This book has drawn together a distinguished and international group of writers to provide a wide-ranging discussion of the responsibility of corporations to society in general, including discussion of the role of companies in promoting human rights, accomplishing sustainable development and restoring and keeping public trust . The contributors put calls for Corporate Social Responsibility into its legal framework and provide a wide range of possible solutions to perceived weaknesses in the law. The authors are to be congratulated for adhering to the editorial mandate to provide information in a succinct style which is comprehensible to the lay person as much as the well-informed . This work is an indispensable tool for anyone engaged in the globalisation debate. It gives valuable, international, multi-faceted insights on the current situation, on work-in-progress to create change and of the theoretical perspectives which inform both. Janet Dine, Queen Mary College, University of London, UK Finally a book that explores the legal considerations related to corporate responsibility, and does so from a global perspective with strong underpinnings of ethics. This book should prove a useful guide for those academics and managers interested in the historical and emerging legal framework that guides corporate decision making around responsibility. Sandra Waddock, Boston College, US This volume provides an invaluable collection of essays that consider diverse perspectives on the social responsibility of corporations. As such it provides a very satisfying and balanced combination of contributions that should be useful to any serious student either in practice or academe of the role of corporations in society. David Crowther, London Metropolitan University, UK The ever-important topic of corporate legal responsibility is deconstructed into many multifaceted components in this fascinating Handbook, which systematically examines each in turn and describes the contemporary legal position. The Research Handbook on Corporate Legal Responsibility considers general theory and basic concepts such as corporate legal personality, the doctrine of attribution, corporate governance and directors duties, and reviews the range of individuals to which corporations may be held responsible, particularly employees, suppliers, shareholders, stakeholders and women. The substantive grounds for corporate responsibility under civil and criminal law within the North American and Commonwealth jurisdictions are evaluated, and mechanisms of accountability such as novel regulatory processes (interactive regulation, codes of conduct and social reporting), risk management and the significant role of non-governmental organisations are identified. The thought-provoking chapters contained within this Handbook go on to present perspectives on topical international questions (corruption, labour standards, human rights, environmental protection and sustainable development) including an analysis of recent initiatives from several international organisations. Bringing together the work of around thirty leading academics, practitioners, campaigners and policymakers from North America, Europe and Australia, each chapter locates these issues within a theoretical context, giving an overview of its historical evolution, providing an accurate account of the current legal position and identifying policy issues likely to influence future developments.

Great Boards Plain Simple A Guidebook For Non Profit Managers Board Members

Author : Paula J. MacLean
ISBN : 9780968443033
Genre : Boards of directors
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The Business Oriented Cio

Author : George Tillmann
ISBN : 9780470377734
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Business-Oriented CIO: A Guide to Market-Driven Management introduces the Market Driven Management approach, which applies and adapts some of the best for-profit business thinking for use by CIOs and IT managers. IT departments are integral parts of businesses; if the electronic components like e-commerce sites fail, the business will come to a screeching halt. Run your IT department like a business rather than a reactive entity that only functions to fix problems, and transform your image from that of service center to a true business partner.

The Industry Standard

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ISBN : UOM:39015049126017
Genre : Internet industry
File Size : 83. 32 MB
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Into The Boardroom

Author : D. K. Light
ISBN : 1592981429
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 72. 28 MB
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Mysterious and powerful, for decades America's boardrooms have remained closed to all but a handful of director "in the club." Now, former Fortune 500 executives Dorothy Light and Kathleen Pushor reveal an insider's look at what goes on in the boardroom and how you can get there. CEOs and directors of some of America's most prestigious corporations share their stories of what really goes on behind closed doors, who gets selected to sit on a board and who doesn't, and why being a part of this influential group should be the goal of today's up and coming executives, professionals, and community leaders.

Effective Corporate Governance

Author : Rashidah Abdul Rahman
ISBN : UCBK:C086603114
Genre : Corporate governance
File Size : 78. 68 MB
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Customer Advisory Boards

Author : David L Loudon
ISBN : 9781135185732
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 84. 6 MB
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From Dr. Tony Carter, a leading authority in business management, comes a book to give your company the winning edge. Customer Advisory Boards: A Strategic Tool for Customer Relationship Building examines the customer advisory board—one of the most effective competitive tools for building and maintaining customer satisfaction. This business guide shows how to create and make use of an effective customer advisory board, and how doing so can give your company a marketing advantage and improve vital aspects of business, including customer responsiveness, trust-building, and customer satisfaction. This book is vital for anyone who has customers and wants their loyalty. To view an excerpt online, find the book in our QuickSearch catalog at

Managing Think Tanks

Author : Raymond J. Struyk
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114361657
Genre : Business & Economics
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