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  1. How to make boards work

    From a global overview of governance and why have boards in the first place to the critical leadership skills of the Chairman, this book offers a unique collection of original contributions that are intellectually riveting and distinctly useful for board directors. How to Make Boards Work captures latest governance thinking and research whilst simultaneously addressing the theory and practice of board directors relations.

  2. majority-shareholders

    Majority shareholders keep CEO remuneration within limits

    CEOs of companies with a remuneration committee are paid more than their colleagues in companies without remuneration committees. The shareholder structure also plays an important role in CEO remuneration. In companies with a fragmented shareholder structure, CEOs earn more than in companies with a concentrated shareholder structure. These are the main conclusions of a recent doctoral thesis produced by Xavier Baeten (Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School) at the Ghent University from a survey of 298 quoted companies in Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Germany.

  3. Discussion

    SABAF: CR as best practice

    Between 1993 and 2005, Sabaf – a world-leading manufacturer of components for domestic gas cooking appliances – went through a transformation process to develop a strategic approach to Corporate Responsibility (CR) that embedded social, environmental and governance values into its organisation, its approach to business and its overall performance.

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