Monthly Archives: August 2013

Ideas without Execution.

“Only a fool tests the depth of the water with both feet” is an appropriate quote for leaders who jump to execute something without thinking through. On the other hand I know leaders who spend a lot of time talking … Continue reading

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Culture in the Board- how important?

Today, due to better enterprise risk management processes and governance responsibilities dictated by regulations Boards are challenged to be more effective and engaged than in the past. However, culture is a critical determinant of board effectiveness, because every activity and … Continue reading

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Corporate Governance- Directors’ Role

The corporate governance policy of a company should be specific and developed by each company clarifying the responsibilities of the board, role of its independent directors and set out the ethical standards for the company. Such a corporate governance framework … Continue reading

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Performance Vs Governance at Disney.

To create an innovative company that “makes people happy” and at the same time create shareholder value and also adopt a good governance style may be challenging. While I admired the amazing magic at the Disney parks I had to … Continue reading

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