Corporate governance is a set of principles by which a company is managed, or the culture behind a organization. It can influence everything from how tasks are carried out to the management of employment policies. An emerging challenge for executives is how to manage a company’s policies within an often-complex web of stakeholders, which can include a board of directors, employees, and shareholders. In the wake of Enron’s collapse and other high-profile fraud cases, corporate governance has received a lot of attention, including how it may influence ethics and integrity issues on a high level.
Executive Education Programs in Corporate Governance
By Seb Murray on Aug 04, 2021
Courses tackling issues from diversity and inclusion to stakeholder capitalism at the board level are finding fresh relevance