Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Role of Financial Reporting in Corporate Governance

To say that there is no governance without financial accounting and reporting is like saying new borns need mothers’ milk. However, a dominant shareholder director or CEO may consider the statement an oxymoron. Regardless of their views let me set … Continue reading

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Governing for Mediocrity

Mediocre people talk, they have to justify what they couldn’t achieve. A genius will just observe and let his work do the talking. Have you observed this in your companies? Why do we support the underdog? When India plays a … Continue reading

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Governance towards a Failed State or Global Peace?

Individual indices provide some information about countries and how they’re governed. It’s more interesting to compare two independent studies that support the findings of each other. This post is about two separate Indicators that point to similar results or findings. … Continue reading

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Good governance and getting things done

Once upon a time a King ordered his two sons to build two large dams to supply water to his country estates, which were in a very poor state due to a great drought. The first son took part of … Continue reading

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Commitment to Finding a Solution

Whether you’re a leader or a manager you require a mindset to look for a solution and not focus on the problem. Some people come up with great plans but are never able to execute it or convince the rest … Continue reading

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