Business and Corporate Governance

All business organizations have two interconnected perspectives: Business and Corporate Governance. Business Governance involves the responsibilities and activities of the executive leadership of the firm. These leaders guide and manage the organization in order to conform with the mandate, strategy, objectives, and expected operating results. The focus of this perspective involves efficiency, performance and productivity. Corporate Governance, on the other hand, involves monitoring and control by the board on behalf of a range of internal and external stakeholders. The focus of this perspective involves legal responsibilities to ensure the ongoing well-being and reputation of the firm. These two perspectives are complementary and they influence executive and organizational decision-making. This seminar helps participants understand the complexity and paradox of leading and managing for responsibility and effectiveness: Business and Corporate Governance.

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