Corporate Governance

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Corporate Governance by Mind Map: Corporate Governance

1. Parties

1.1. Shareholders

1.1.1. Institutional Shareholders

1.1.2. Non-institutional shareholders

1.2. Board of Directors

1.2.1. Executive Directors

1.2.2. Non-Executive Directors

1.3. Executive Management

2. Regulatory Enviroment

2.1. National legislation

2.2. International conventions

2.3. Industry policies

3. Stakeholders

3.1. Customers

3.2. Suppliers

3.3. Employees

4. Role of Management

4.1. Day-to-day operation

4.2. Strategy formulation

4.3. Implementing board decisions

4.4. Transformational leadership

5. Role of Board of Directors

5.1. Consideration and approval of organisation strategy

5.2. Succession planning for management and board

5.3. Assessing and managing risk

5.4. Long-term sustainability of company

5.5. Maintaining financial health

5.6. Enhancing company credibility/trust

5.7. Organisational structure

6. Society

6.1. Ethical behaviour

6.2. Corporate Social Responsibility

6.3. Triple bottom line - Profit, People and Planet

7. Governance

7.1. Audit Committee

7.1.1. External Auditors

7.1.2. Internal Audit

7.2. Nominations Committee

7.2.1. Size of board

7.2.2. Diversity

7.2.3. Identifying suitable board members

7.3. Remuneration Committee

7.3.1. Setting executive pay

7.3.2. Aligning pay with long term goals

7.4. Risk Committee

8. Policies and Procedures

8.1. Company bylaws

8.2. Code of Conduct

8.3. Certificate of Incorporation