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... are each doing their part toward mutual benefit of the organization and that none are unfairly gaining at the expense of others. We know how important information is to the modern corporation and how essential ...
... not only the most recent financial crisis, but also for the several crises we have had in modern times. Even the largest and most profitable corporations occasionally fail and we have learned that the ...
... too much from that experience to our contemporary circumstances. Indeed, the modern the modern regulatory state promise something far more insidious: dictatorship by a bureaucratic elite.  It may not look ...
... not have been the context in which I was invited to contribute to the discussion. I suspect that in this context it was intended for credibility to carry its modern usage of "acceptability". After all, ...
5. Management and Responsiblity
(Blog/Management)
... And how can we find out? We have already seen the tendency of the members of modern management to walk away from failure on the basis that we can rarely attribute failure to one person. On the other hand, ...
... precisely from the fact that these states are small. After all, the constructs that have found their way into the modern competition law disciplines were developed in large economies and these were later ...
Arbitration can only be as good as its arbitrators, who are themselves constrained by the regulatory and institutional mechanisms which impact how they practise. Any attempt, therefore, to modernise ...
8. Ghoshal was wrong
(Blog/Management)
... at some management theories, in particular agency cost theory and transaction cost theory, that he suggested have had a negative impact on business executives and how they manage the modern business enterprise. ...
9. Executive Risk
(Blog/Management)
... position in the which the modern executive was place: managing assets that he would almost inevitably apply to his own advantage. Jensen and Meckling were concerned with developing a model that would align ...
... include all the modern best practices, but also address most aggressively the concerns about corruption. My argument is that to achieve this, you need first to have a good theory. We need a theory that ...

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