Workshops

Corporate Governance

Introduction

Internal governance refers to how policies are established and operations are monitored to ensure that employees and management act reasonably, ethically, and within the law. Corporate Governance will help establish a clear skillset for company directors, allowing them to reconcile external and internal controls, risk management, competitive behavior, and adherence to corporate law. This course clearly discusses the two main aspects of internal and external forms of governance. Stakeholders can be viewed as close or expansive. This course will teach you that close stakeholders include groups or individuals on which the organization is dependent on its continued survival while expansive stakeholders are groups or individuals who can affect the achievement of an organization's objectives. You will also look into market failure, laws and regulations, consumer protection, the influence of suppliers, employment law, institutional investors, and financial institutions.

Why Corporate Governance?

With this course, you will learn the three ways internal governance can be established in organizations. You will also learn the important topics that should be covered by codes of conduct, policies, and procedures. You will then look into the corporate culture and the role of management in the governance of an organization.
Corporate Governance course teaches you about how various forces govern an organization's behavior, you will learn about how the goals of an organization and the means of achieving those goals are decided upon, and by whom. You will also learn about external governance and government regulations.
You will learn the relationships between managers, employees, and the owners of a firm as well as the system of laws, regulations, and market forces that ensure a fair and transparent organization.

Content

Corporate governance issues, concepts, and domains.
External governance – law and regulation.
Codes of 'best practice' and norms of behavior.
Boards of directors: the lynchpin.
Internal controls and accountability.
Risk management.
Financial market supervision and control.
Governance and financial market economics.
External reporting needs vs. delivery.
Definition inconsistency and system improvement.
The reality in the face of prescription.

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