|Course Title:||Corporate Governance: What it Means for Managers|
|Author:||Fred R. Kaen|
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Since shareholders began delegating decision-making power to managers, they've had to monitor managerial performance, deal with potential conflicts of interests, and find effective approaches to motivating and rewarding the right behaviors. These issues have grown in importance as institutional investors have become more assertive.
Corporate Governance: What it Means for Managers examines:
The course is generously illustrated with charts and tables, and with examples of corporations that have dealt with important and timely governance issues, including Ford, Daimler Chrysler, Merck, Mitsubishi, People's First Virginia Bank, and Quaker Oats. Exercises guide readers in studying governance issues and applications within their own industries.
You'll learn how to:
To explain corporate governance and what monitoring and policy recommendations of major institutional investors mean for corporate employees and line managers.