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Tougher boards for tougher times: corporate governance in the post-Enron era

Author: Dimma, William A. Publisher: Wiley, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 254 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0470837306Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes index
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Tougher boards for tougher times Foreword by Bernard R. Wilson Foreword by Richard I? Haskape Acknowledpents Introduction xvii 1 11 13 Part One: The Big Picture Chapter 1 The BadIGood Old Days: Business and Governance Over Four Decades Chapter 2 The Classic Board Dilemma: Individual Competence, Collective Impotence Chapter 3 Post-Enron Governance: Early Reaction and Flood of Proposals Chapter 4 The Director with Character Chapter 5 The Perfect Board Revisited 23 33 Part Two: Director Independence Chapter 6 Director Inde endence and Definitional 61 8azards Chapter 7 Declaration of Independence? Board Composition Chapter 8 Related Directors: Perception and Reality 75 81 83 Part Three: The Board Chairman Chapter 9 Differences Between the U.S. and Canada in the Role of Board Chairman. Why? Chapter 10 Time Demands On Today's Non-Executive Chairman Chapter 11 A Lar er Role for Today's Non- xecutive Chairman 6 Part Four: Board Committees Chapter 12 The Audit Committee by David K Smith Chapter 13 Compensation Committee Competence and Inde endence: A Work in Progress by en dgesxen Chapter 14 The Governance and Nominating Committee by Robert?. Harding Part Five: Executive Compensation Chapter 15 Senior Executive Compensation Chapter 16 Stock 0 tions I: Improve Their ality or Abandon Them Chapter 17 Stock Options I :Performance Options I Chapter 18 Stock Options 1 1 Directors in the Middle 1: up. Part Six: Observations On Several Currently Useful Topics Chapter 19 A Cautionary Tale: A Case Study of Director Risk Chapter 20 On the Frankness of Directors When Resigning from Boards Chapter 2 1Miscellaneous Musings Chapter 22 Corporate and Not-for-Profit Governance: Similarities and Differences Chapter 23 A Personal Take on Ethics Part Seven: Some Lessons from Experience Chapter 24 Directorship: Eleven Easy Lessons Learned the Hard Way Appendix: Past and Current For-Profit Boards of the Author (1963-2005) Index

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