Responsible corporate governance manages risk and reputation through principles and practices of accountability, fiduciary responsibility, oversight, and control as well as through complex interdependencies between the organization and other stakeholders or institutions (e.g., regulatory bodies or stock exchanges). Strategic missions and visions are mechanisms for creating accountability for decisions and resource use. Governance also includes processes of selecting and compensating organizational leaders as well as determining succession.
Modules & Cases
- Hastings, Nancy. 2011. The Bank Executive and the Hidden Investment Account Case. Teaching Notes and Critical Thinking Table
- Hastings, Nancy. 2011. Use and Misuse of a Corporate Credit Card: Case and Teaching Notes
- Lovell, Alan. Caveat emptor: Are super normal profits acceptable? Institute of Business Ethics
- Stachowicz-Stanusch, Agata (ed.) 2010. Organizational Immunity to Corruption: Building Theoretical and Research Foundations. This book covers corruption in organizations, its prevention, and case studies
- Fernández-Fernández, José-Luis (1999). Ethics and the Board of Directors in Spain: The Olivencia Code of Good Governance. Journal of Business Ethics 22, No. 3: 233-247