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7 Features of Corporate Governance Management You Must Know

by Purvi Dalvi Writer

When you start an organisation, it is essential to build a positive reputation and sustain to ensure sizeable commercial output. The best approach to obtain this goal is to prepare a credible methodology backed by stakeholders and understood by the execution team. This corporate affairs strategy needs to integrate all resources to obtain success. Here we have listed the key features of corporate governance management that you should know to succeed in the long run:

1. Build a System

Any business needs to follow a set of code to sustain in the long run. There are certain defined external laws that need to be followed to ensure smooth governance. You can formulate a corporate affairs strategy to optimise the profit to shareholders. Corporates have a specific code of conduct when it comes to hierarchical setup. So it is important to ensure that the workforce gets the conditioning before induction.

2. Run on Ethics

The board of directors are the mainstay of any corporation. They are required to lead from the front by maintaining a fair distance from unfair practices which flirts with the law, harassment at the workplace, and exploitation. They are accountable to practice and preach the same in their workplace.  

3. Empower your CEO

The CEO should be allowed to take independent decisions in the interest of the company. There should be no dilution of power, and all executive decisions should rest with the CEO, with the Board of Directors providing suggestions and other valuable inputs.

4. Bring Accountability

The CEO and Board of Directors should be made accountable for all consequences of their actions. They are the ultimate decision-makers in any organisation and deserve appreciation when the goal is achieved. However, in case of negative impact, they must be pulled up.  

5. Conserve Shareholder's Interest

Shareholders are the soul of any organisation. The ultimate goal of setting up any business is to protect the interest of shareholders and optimise their profit. You should consider the benefit of minority shareholders while formulating your company’s corporate affairs strategy.

6. Bring Transparency in Operations

The Board of Directors should not hide anything from all stakeholders of the company. You are required to build a proper communication channel where operational and financial data should be visible.

7. Use Universally Accepted Interface

Ideal corporate governance management runs on a universal application used by companies worldwide. You should study the model and ask your workforce to follow the same.


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