Transforming Corporate Governance and Developing Models for Board Effectiveness
Qaiser Rafique Yasser, Abdullah Al-Mamun

Corporate governance can be considered as an environment of trust, ethics, moral values, and confidence as a synergistic effort of all the constituent parts, including stakeholders, the public, service provides, and the corporate sector. The actions of an organization and the consequences of those actions has become increasingly concerned with corporate governance. As such, it is essential to examine the latest concepts and trends that can lead to the development of effective models for corporate boards. Transforming Corporate Governance and Developing Models for Board Effectiveness is an essential reference source that contains forward-thinking research intended to facilitate effective, entrepreneurial, and prudent management that can deliver the long-term success of the company. The book discusses the different theories and practices surrounding boards of directors'responsibilities and innovative strategies for the governance of their companies that allow them to become and remain successful. Highlighting topics that include board diversity and independence, business ethics, and family business governance, this book is intended for corporate boards, board of directors, executives, managers, business professionals, academicians, researchers, policymakers, and students.

Business Science Reference
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