- Corporate Governance for the Twenty–First Century
- Directors′ Rights and Obligations
- Ensuring Board Effectiveness
- Monitoring Management Performance
- Legal and Ethical Challenges for the Board
- International Corporate Governance
Praise for ESSENTIALS OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
"Mr. Anand′s book is a practical study of the complicated issues surrounding the world of corporate governance. He includes excellent case studies and best practice solutions for improving governance programs within all types of organizations."
Chrisan Herrod, V.P. Marketing and Business Development, Compliance Spectrum
"This book is a highly practical, accessible guide to post–Enron reforms and an essential resource for managers who want more than just to comply with SOX; this book will help them benefit from it."
Nell Minow, Editor and cofounder, The Corporate Library
Written by Sanjay Anand, one of the world′s leading corporate governance, risk management, and regulatory compliance experts, this simple–to–use book is designed with appreciation for demanding professional obligations, with information easy to find and at your fingertips. This guide′s nuts–and–bolts presentation xamines why corporate governance is important, to put you in a better position to understand its successful implementation for your organization.
Essentials of Corporate Governance will challenge your concept of corporate governance and provide you with an understanding of:
- The concept of governance
- The competing goals that corporations may have
- Why there is a call for corporations to be more ethical
- The various forms of corporate structure
- Corporate governance in emerging markets
- Corporate governance within nonprofit organizations
Communicating the idea of corporate governance as a process and an ideal rather than a set of criteria, this accessible and relevant book is the resource and reference guide you will turn to time and again for the knowledge you need to make corporate governance work for your corporation.
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Part One: Background.
Part Two: The Players.
4. Board of Directors.
5. CEO and Chairperson.
Part Three: Good Governance.
6. Good Corporate Governance: An Introduction.
7. Signs of Trouble.
8. Changes Made Through Corporate Governance.
9. Regulations and Strategies for Corporate Governance.
Part Four: International Perspective.
10. International Corporate Governance.
11. Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets: Asia and Latin America.
12. Not–For–Profit Organizations.
Appendix A. Guide to the Combined Code on Corporate Governance and its similarities to Corporate Governance in the American Model.
Appendix B. Directory of Select Corporate Governance Organizations Around the World.
SANJAY ANAND, CFE, CCD, is Chairperson of SOX Institute, the provider of Sarbanes–Oxley training and certification programs. He is a globally recognized expert in the fields of corporate governance, risk management, and regulatory compliance. He has consulted, trained, or worked with hundreds of companies, including domestic, global, not–for–profit, and even government. He has been published in magazines and journals of finance, audit, and IT, and his books are read and used by xecutives, professionals, academics, and students at companies and colleges around the world. For more information, see www.grcinstitute.org.