Corporate Governance is fascinating, hugely dynamic, and very far-reaching. It grew as a concept in response to increasingly serious corporate scandals of the late 1900s, and remains strongly concerned with these areas of corporate risk. The ideas surrounding Corporate Governance are increasingly useful for small organizations as well as the very biggest. Corporate Governance also offers interesting perspectives for leadership, authority, ego, wealth creation, greed, risk, responsibility, ethics, morality, etc., and how these issues reconcile or conflict with organizational and market dynamics, and the needs of society, environment, quality of life, economic health, etc.
This resource includes Corporate governance guidelines, definitions, explanation, principles, examples, templates for large corporations and small businesses.