Best Practice in Corporate Governance: Building Reputation and Sustainable Success

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Gower Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - Business & Economics - 165 pages
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This book explores the operational issues around corporate governance, giving examples of good practice. It is a 'how to' book, which focuses on processes and practical issues, making the case for corporate governance in terms of measurable business benefits and competitive advantage.
 

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Contents

Different Approaches to Corporate Governance How Can Corporate
19
Leadership and Corporate Governance
35
Implementing Corporate Governance
45
DIFFERENT MODELS OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
65
Entrepreneurs and Family Companies
89
Reputation and SociaI Ecological Responsibility
105
Risk and Investment
119
The Future of Corporate Governance
127
Appendix A BusinessTown com
141
Johnson Johnson
151
Bibliography
157
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Adrian Davies has extensive experience of industry and commerce in both the private and public sectors, operating latterly at managing director level and as a non-executive director in recent years. He is currently a management consultant, specialising in strategy, marketing and administration, operating both in the UK and internationally. A former Chairman of the Strategic Planning Society and former President of the European Strategic Planning Federation, Adrian is now active in researching corporate governance and teaching it as a Visiting Fellow of Bournemouth University. A graduate of Cambridge University and holder of a Harvard Business School diploma in marketing, Adrian Davies is author of Strategic Leadership (Woodhead Faulkner, 1991), The Strategic Role of Marketing (McGraw Hill, 1995) and A Strategic Approach to Corporate Governance (Gower, 1999).

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