Animated Friday

Animated Friday: Corporate Governance

calvinh950630#CartoonSunday is so popular among my friends in corporate governance (#corpgov) on Twitter that I thought I’d jump the gun and do a post on Animated Friday and corporate governance. Yes, I know, the Calvin and Hobbes cartoon I posted to the right has little to do with corporate governance… but it sure is cute. The next three videos are more on target.

Animated Friday: Ambrose Business Solutions

When running an organisation, it’s important to have a board of directors who work well together. Making the right decisions and knowing what to do is called good corporate governance. This ensures the company and everyone involved is making good, honest choices in the best interests of the stakeholders. So what makes a board of directors succeed? This animation explores the top 10 reasons why they don’t.

Animated Friday from Adriano B Lucatelli

Maybe many problems in corporate governance have to do with public companies using the wrong corporate form. Should Facebook and Google be partnerships?

Animated Friday from Good Company

The animated story of “Good Company,” a groundbreaking new book by Laurie Bassi, Ed Frauenheim, and Dan McMurrer, with Larry Costello. In order for companies today to survive and thrive, they must consistently demonstrate good behavior as employers, sellers, and stewards (of their communities and the environment). That depends on good corporate governance.

The Good Company was published by Berrett-Koehler and is available for purchase from Amazon.

Corporate governance defined.

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