This unique open access book features a selection of Living Cases on Corporate Governance, which were developed and compiled by c...
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This unique open access book features a selection of Living Cases on Corporate Governance, which were developed and compiled by chairpersons, members of the board of directors, and CEOs in various countries, working in close collaboration with prominent researchers. Each Living Case addresses a current issue that a given company or institution needs to resolve. For every Case, the goal is formulated by the researcher, in consultation with the client. The participants of internal or external board seminars, or university students, then work in teams to analyze the problem, develop an innovative and feasible solution, and summarize the most important lessons learned.
Offers unique living cases from a diverse set of businesses and countries Presents the landscape of corporate governance across several sectors, regions and functions (such as Auditing, HR Governance, Opportunity & Risk Oversight, M&A Governance, etc.) Demonstrates the use of living cases for corporate and classroom training Autorentext Professor Martin Hilb is Executive Chairman of the Board Foundation and its International Center for Corporate Governance (Switzerland), President of the Swiss Institute of Directors and Chair of the Policy Committee of the Global Network of Director Institutes.
Inhalt New Corporate Governance in the Post-Crisis World.- The Board of Directors as a Change Agent: Family Company Governance Case.- University Governance Case.- Start-up Investor Governance Case.- NPO Governance Case.- The Board of Directors as a Direction Body: M&A Governance Case.- Family Company Direction Case.- University Direction Case.- Board of Directors as a Strategic Sparring Partner.- The Board of Directors as an HR Governance Body.- Reward Governance.- Succession Planning Governance Case.- Owner - CEO Colaboration Case.- Board Management Collaboration Case.- Governance of Gender Diversity Case.- Outplacement Governance Case.- The Board of Directors as a Controlling Body: Subsidiary Governance Case.- Financial Competence on the Board Case.- IPO Governance Case.- Fraud Governance Case.- Lessons Learned from the Living Cases and trom the Global Financial Crisis.