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Corporate Governance is a comprehensive textbook designed to meet the requirements of postgraduate management students. It provides an in-depth analysis of the core concepts of the subject and supplements them with relevant examples, exhibits, and case studies. The book is divided into four parts. Beginning with an introductory chapter that defines corporate governance and a directorâ€Â™s role in a company, Part I covers types of corporations, theories, and models of governance. It also examines the events that have led to the current thrust on corporate governance. Part II elaborates on the structure of the board and its development process. It also highlights the issues related to compensation, the performance review of directors as well as the importance of leveraging good governance for competitive advantage. Part III gives a broad view of the governance-related problems associated with the typical ownership patterns and of capital market institutions from the stakeholder perspective. The ground rules for a director to perform responsibilities and duties are also discussed in this part. Part IV, consisting of a single chapter, concludes the book with a discussion on the future of corporate governance. With its comprehensive coverage and approach, and its real-world examples and case studies, this book would also serve as an authoritative guide for professionals. Key Features Expounds on issues and challenges faced by corporates in applications of governance in India as well as abroad Includes detailed reports of some of the various committees constituted by SEBI, including the Kumar Mangalam Birla Committee Report, Narayana Murthy Committee Report, and Clause 49 guidelines Contains extensive discussion on the European Union approach to corporate governance Provides numerous real-world cases such as Satyam Computers, Jubilant Organosys Ltd, and Reliance Industries Ltd About the Author T.N. Satheesh Kumar an independent consultant and trainer, was formerly faculty at ICFAI Business School (IBS), Kochi. He has more than 30 yearsâ€Â™ experience, both in the industry and the academia. He was Regional Business Manager at Accel IT Academy and Senior Manager â€Â“ Resources and Marketing at Accel Software & Technologies Ltd. He has taught at reputed institutions such as SCMS Business School and Cochin University of Science and Technology (visiting), both in Kochi. Prof. Kumar has published a number of papers and articles in management journals and national business dailies. Table of Contents Preface PART I CORPORATIONS AND THEIR GOVERNANCE 1. Governance on the Move 2. Capitalism, Modern Corporation, and Governance 3. Evolution of Corporate Governanceâ€Â•Practices and Regulations PART II BOARDS AND GOVERNANCE 4. Structure of the Boardâ€Â• Directors, Types of Boards, and Committees 5. The Board Development Processâ€Â•Selection, Development, Compensation, and Performance Review 6. Boards and Leadership PART III THE STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVE 7. Governance Problems Related to Typical Ownership Patterns 8. Governance, Capital Market Institutions, and Government 9. Directors in Actionâ€Â•Ground Rules for Performing Multitudes of Roles and Duties PART IV THE ROAD AHEADâ€Â•THE FUTURE OF GOVERNANCE 10. Where Do We Go from Here? APPENDICES Appendix A: GRI Compliance Report of Jubilant Organosys Ltd Appendix B: EU Approach to Corporate Governance Appendix C: K.M. Birla Committee Report on Corporate Governance Appendix D: Narayana Murthy Committee Report on Corporate Governance

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Corporate Governance is a comprehensive textbook designed to meet the requirements of postgraduate management students. It provides an in-depth analysis of the core concepts of the subject and supplements them with relevant examples, exhibits, and case studies. The book is divided into four parts. Beginning with an introductory chapter that defines corporate governance and a directorâ€Â™s role in a company, Part I covers types of corporations, theories, and models of governance. It also examines the events that have led to the current thrust on corporate governance. Part II elaborates on the structure of the board and its development process. It also highlights the issues related to compensation, the performance review of directors as well as the importance of leveraging good governance for competitive advantage. Part III gives a broad view of the governance-related problems associated with the typical ownership patterns and of capital market institutions from the stakeholder perspective. The ground rules for a director to perform responsibilities and duties are also discussed in this part. Part IV, consisting of a single chapter, concludes the book with a discussion on the future of corporate governance. With its comprehensive coverage and approach, and its real-world examples and case studies, this book would also serve as an authoritative guide for professionals. Key Features Expounds on issues and challenges faced by corporates in applications of governance in India as well as abroad Includes detailed reports of some of the various committees constituted by SEBI, including the Kumar Mangalam Birla Committee Report, Narayana Murthy Committee Report, and Clause 49 guidelines Contains extensive discussion on the European Union approach to corporate governance Provides numerous real-world cases such as Satyam Computers, Jubilant Organosys Ltd, and Reliance Industries Ltd About the Author T.N. Satheesh Kumar an independent consultant and trainer, was formerly faculty at ICFAI Business School (IBS), Kochi. He has more than 30 yearsâ€Â™ experience, both in the industry and the academia. He was Regional Business Manager at Accel IT Academy and Senior Manager â€Â“ Resources and Marketing at Accel Software & Technologies Ltd. He has taught at reputed institutions such as SCMS Business School and Cochin University of Science and Technology (visiting), both in Kochi. Prof. Kumar has published a number of papers and articles in management journals and national business dailies. Table of Contents Preface PART I CORPORATIONS AND THEIR GOVERNANCE 1. Governance on the Move 2. Capitalism, Modern Corporation, and Governance 3. Evolution of Corporate Governanceâ€Â•Practices and Regulations PART II BOARDS AND GOVERNANCE 4. Structure of the Boardâ€Â• Directors, Types of Boards, and Committees 5. The Board Development Processâ€Â•Selection, Development, Compensation, and Performance Review 6. Boards and Leadership PART III THE STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVE 7. Governance Problems Related to Typical Ownership Patterns 8. Governance, Capital Market Institutions, and Government 9. Directors in Actionâ€Â•Ground Rules for Performing Multitudes of Roles and Duties PART IV THE ROAD AHEADâ€Â•THE FUTURE OF GOVERNANCE 10. Where Do We Go from Here? APPENDICES Appendix A: GRI Compliance Report of Jubilant Organosys Ltd Appendix B: EU Approach to Corporate Governance Appendix C: K.M. Birla Committee Report on Corporate Governance Appendix D: Narayana Murthy Committee Report on Corporate Governance
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Title Corporate Governance Height
Satheesh Kumar Width
ISBN-13 9780198062233 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0198062230 Spine Width
Publisher Oxford University Press, USA Pages 592
Edition 1stEdition, 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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