20+ Corporate Governance Techniques
John Spacey, October 20, 2015 updated on September 25, 2016
Corporate governance is a term for the accountability and responsibilities of the leaders of an organization including boards of directors and executive management. Leaders have a responsibility to investors, employees and communities to direct an organization with care to achieve stated goals while complying with laws, regulations and reasonable ethical standards. As such, corporate governance is a collection of techniques for establishing goals, strategies, culture, structures, processes and controls that diligently protect all stakeholders of an organization. The following are common governance techniques and considerations.
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