This publication provides information on the board’s role in risk oversight and includes six areas of focus coupled with action-oriented steps to take, along with questions for management, and tools that may help a board execute on its risk oversight responsibilities. Read more…
Category Archives: Corporate Governance
Case Study about Civil Society Organizations and Service Provision
Summary:- Civil society organizations (CSOs) emerged in the 1990s as increasingly influential actors in national development. In one area in particularóthe provision of basic servicesóCSOs have in many countries assumed a major responsibility. This study identifies and analyses the operational lessons concerning CSOs and service provision that have emerged to date. The analysis is based on a range of criteria: targeting the poor, quality of services provided, efficiency and sustainability.
The study also examines a number of broader issues that can influence the performance of CSOs in service provision: the nature of the contracts that CSOs have with governments to provideservices; government legislation affecting CSOsí ability to provide services to the poor; and how CSOs can use their work in service provision to influence policy. A key influence on CSO involvement in service provision is the relationship with government,and this is critically reviewed in the context of the notion of partnership. In this respect the study finds that CSOs need to ensure that they are able to maintain their own distinctive contribution to development and not merely become contracting agents of the state. Keep reading…
Case Study about Impact of the Crisis on Civil Society Organizations
This study locations inquiries concerning the state of the Common Social order and how Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have been influenced by the emergency. Through dissection of information accumulated from different reports and other documentation, in-profundity questions with various distinctive agents from diverse organisations and thought-pioneers in the field, and comes about of a careful investigation review, this examination uncovers an assorted qualities of reactions from the wide field of civil social order in Europe.
This differing qualities, in any case, is additionally one of the wellsprings of extravagance of this study, which demonstrates how diverse Csos have managed the Emergency. From Romania to Belgium, there have been diverse illustrations of how Csos have managed the results of the emergency. We have discovered crux challenges and chances which could be handy to the European Union level discourse. Maybe the fiscal and budgetary and resulting social emergency which have now risen as basic emergencies in the Eu’s part in European social order, could be seen as a chance to restore civil social order and empower it to consume diverse, and possibly more gainful and co-agent parts in choice making techniques. Keep reading…
A Case Study about International Cooperation at the Antitrust Division
Overview:- One of my parts at the Division is facilitating our case crews’ day-to-day connection and participation with our universal antitrust requirement associates as far and wide as possible. Our Partner Lawyer General, Bill Baer, and the Agent Right hand Solicitor General who regulates the Division’s global project, Leslie Overton, have as of late requested that me tackle this part of taking on case-identified participation.
Our universal partners have let us know that they worth having a “Front Office” contact to talk over particular cases and, as Chief of Civil Requirement, I have a novel outline of all the common matters all through the Division. I’d get a kick out of the chance to converse with you about the Division’s participation enterprises, and specifically, those day-to-day case crew connections, or what I call, “a perspective from the trenches.” This theme has a developing premium around rivalry bureaus as far and wide as possible in guaranteeing that firms participate on normal examinations. This in turn hosts made premium around private gatherings included in those examinations with reference to how this participation meets expectations. In contemplating how case collaboration has increased in the course of the most recent not many years. Keep reading…
Case Study about Corporate Governance, Innovation, and Economic Performance
Abstract: In the level headed discussion on globalisation of the fiscal markets and its impact on corporate legislation it is frequently asserted that the force for higher rates of return pushed by institutional gurus in the name of shareholder quality, has accelerated a basic change of association strategy around recorded associations. Because of fleeting benefit introduction and expanded payment pay-outs to gurus, the probes contend, lifelong advancement of the advancement potential of these associations will endure, and this at last will have negative results on business and development. Until now there is small observational proof of the outcomes of this introduction on association inside structures and methods.
Background: The auto business has felt obligated of the capital markets. The flat market underwriting of a portion of the associations puts them under danger of an unfriendly assume control. In whole, there is an in number force on associations to change their accepted corporate influence frameworks. In the German economy, the auto business assumes a nexus part. It is a major business and in its work design delegate for lifelong wellpaid employments. Keep reading…
Study about Effects of Corporate Entrepreneurial Orientation on Customer Loyalty
Abstract: Undoubtedly, entrepreneurship in organization, has significantly share to the success and organizational promotion and On the other hand today, increased competition in the fields of the business throughout the world, and also increased in Iran than in the past and keep customers and increase their loyalty, is difficult. The purpose of this study is identified variables influencing corporate entrepreneurship orientation on customer loyalty. The study’s statistical population consisted of 300 marketers, and food broadcasting companies’ sales managers, health and pharmaceutical in Kermanshah Province which between them were selected 170 as sample with Morgan table for a period of 6 months in 2012.
This study is descriptive-survey type of correlation research. For data collection, the questionnaires entrepreneurial orientation and customer satisfaction are made (Narges ImaniPour and Mahdi Zivdar) and in loyalty (Tyanksyang Shyng and Choon Lin Liu), was used. Validity of questionnaire was confirmed by a group of university professors. Their reliability also measured by Cronbach’s alpha coefficient for the first questionnaire, 0.720 and for the second questionnaire 0.811, and the third questionnaire 0.698 was obtained. By using Spearman coefficient and stepwise regression were analyzes researched dates. Results in 0.95 showed that is positive and significant effect of corporate entrepreneurial orientation on customer’s loyalty. Keep reading…
Study about the Hungarian Central Statistical Office: Management Information System
Abstract: Above a certain size of the organization, whether private or public, the decision making level of the management requires “digested” information to receive support in the form of exact and relevant data or reports. These data are a reflection of the most important strategic and operational elements of the specific organization, giving an overview of the activities and results of planning, production, marketing, sales, customer relations, cash flow etc. depending on the core activity of the company. The quality of these data is of the utmost importance, since the top management of large organizations derives its high level decisions mostly from such “digests” instead of going down in the depth of the core activity components.
As the supporting Information Technology went through a significant development during the last decades, and business intelligence solutions were developed, more and more attention was drawn to these technologies in the private sector’s companies and large or central public administration institutions as well. The article displays a brief case study of the design and implementation of such a management information system (MIS) in the Hungarian Central Statistical Office in detail. The implemented system had to comply with several expectations, where some of them were specified for public administration. As the daily application of an MIS is still rare in Hungarian public administration, the efforts of the office were almost exclusively based on international good practices and the definition of our own needs. Keep reading..
Study about Decentralised Development Cooperation: European Perspectives
Over the last 30 years the world has changed – sometimes almost beyond recognition. Profound political, social and environmental changes… but also demographic. Between 2009 and 2050, the world population is expected to increase by 2.3 billion, rising from 6.8 billion to 9.1 billion, while over the same period, the population living in urban areas is projected to rise from 3.4 billion to 6.3 billion. Thus, the urban areas of the world are expected to absorb all the population growth expected over the next four decades – and for a large part in the medium and smaller towns.
These demographic shifts have combined with changes in technology, politics and economics, which together create a logic of decentralisation – a shift of power, or at least of responsibilities, from central government to sub-national governments, both regional/provincial, and city/local. The reality is that central governments can no longer – if ever they could – successfully manage the complex, fast moving towns, cities and regions of today’s and tomorrow’s world. Keep reading….