Concepts and working instruments for corporate governance

Journal of Business Ethics 39 (1-2):109 - 116 (2002)

Enterprises seem to entirely operate on their management. But behind the scenes directors play a very important role. On a strategic level (in the long term) they will determine the direction of the company.Even though on the level of daily management a great deal of quality instruments and control systems exist, this is not the case on the highest level, the board. It is in this specific area that the idea of corporate governance must be situated.
Keywords accountability  board  business model  checklist  committee  corporate governance  director  external director  independent director  scorecard  self-regulation
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DOI 10.1023/A:1016340219437
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