The Following is a guest post from Dr. Michael Hopkins, Chair and Partner of MHC International Ltd (MHCi) a research and advisory company on CSR, employment and development. CSRFI is an MHCI subsidiary focusing upon CSR/Sustainability teaching and training. He has worked in and with the corporate sector, the United Nations, Academia and has held a number of professorships. Continue Reading →
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Join ICGN in Cape Town, following PRI in Person, on 3-4 October for the ICGN Debate and Responsible Investing Programme, hosted by IoD in Southern Africa and endorsed by the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Continue Reading →
This course outline by Richard Leblanc for York University is designed to incorporate developments in corporate governance since the global financial crisis, including risk governance, governance of executive compensation, shareholder democracy, director competency and other areas. It also incorporates the alignment of desired learning objectives, instructional methods, and student evaluation. It can be taught to executives and law or business students.
via SSRN-Course Outline for Corporate Governance by Richard Leblanc. At over 50 pages, it is one of the better examples I’ve seen.