Why Corporate Governance Fail
Poor ethical leadership, lack of integrity, mismanagement, fraud, corruption, and violation of corporate governance rules are the main contributors towards bankruptcy and financial failures. Most corporate governance programs make things worse, create a stable basis for more corruption and are doomed to fail.
Why Higher Education and Corporate Governance Suck
Poor ethical leadership, lack of personal integrity, mismanagement, fraud, corruption, and violation of corporate governance rules are the main contributors towards bankruptcy and financial failures in large organizations. Most of these organizations have comprehensive corporate governance codes…
Became A High Performance Ethical Police Force
What we have learned from Baltimore and Ferguson is that lack of viable leadership capabilities, lack of personal integrity and self-responsibility, mismanagement, and violation of corporate governance rules can destroy the brand of a police department and its city. This is becoming an epidemic in America.
Authentic Governace Book
Over the past years, we have heard and read plenty about how executives should behave more responsibly in the light of corporate governance. Despite all these efforts, many implementations of corporate governance provide no protection from potentially catastrophic ethical failures.
Total Performance Scorecard
The implementation of Kaplan & Norton’s Balanced Scorecard (BSC) concept deviates in a number of points from the Total Performance Scorecard (TPS) concept. In practice the brilliant Kaplan and Norton approach is applied as mechanistic and too results driven, the TPS process ensures that business results are achieved through a focus on people. This is very important for sustainable performance improvement and developing a real learning organisation. The TPS, in contrast with Kaplan & Norton’s Balanced Scorecard, integrates people involvement and happiness into balanced scorecard and involves individual buy-in, in order to realize sustainable personal and organizational performance improvement. It is about aligning human capital to business success. That’s why numerous case studies indicate that the implementation of the BSC in North America have been disappointing at best, and in Europe and South America even more so. Despite the above criticism the BSC is a splendid concept that makes a most useful contribution to the successful implementation of TPS.
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