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The March 2000 Budget in the UK introduced tax incentives to encourage employee shareholding. The theory is that if employees feel that they have a stake in the enterprise or organisation in which they work, they will be more motivated and committed, with positive outcomes in terms of...
The findings from a number of studies conducted at Cranfield School of Management exploring executive succession, are presented. Five critical considerations for executive succession are identified. These are, the need to respect context, effectively managing the dynamics of top teams, being...
This paper argues that divergence rather than convergence is manifested in non‐profit governance in non‐profit boards in Australia. This reinforces broader literature on governance undertaken in other countries, and suggests expectations of convergence are premature. The inclusion of more women...
Analyzes the directors’ protocols in both the New York Not for Profit Corporation Law and in the New York Business Corporation Law. Examines the similarities and differences existing in the directors’ roles in not for profit corporations and in business corporations. Highlights the legal...
Examines different approaches to the challenge of Australian corporate law enforcement and governance, and discusses success in this area and how it might be determined. Describes barriers to measuring success of regulatory action, and debates what level of law enforcement is appropriate and...
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