Corporate governance and effectiveness : why companies win or lose /

Basu, Dipak R.,

Corporate governance and effectiveness : why companies win or lose / Dipak R. Basu and Victoria Miroshnik. - 218 pages ; 25 cm. - Routledge studies in corporate governance ; 14. .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Personality and person-organizational fit -- Organizational strategy and design -- Leadership and decisions -- Person-organizational fit in Japan -- Transmission of organizational culture to Thailand -- Corporate management in India -- Failure of Dunlop in India -- Failure of Hindustan Motors in India.

"The book looks at corporate management system and how it affects company performance. The main theme is that if a company value its workers and try to satisfy their mind and values that company can achieve success. The book is unique in its quantitative perspective and analysis and examines whether a corporate management system can be regarded as a source of a firm's competitive advantage by creating a sustainable competitive advantage and firm performance. The book examines how, in the context of Japanese multinational corporations (MNCs), corporate management can be part of an MNC's strategy in enhancing its capabilities, both in the home and abroad, in Japan and in Thailand. Also, it analyses the reason for the demise of two major Indian companies, Dunlop and Hindustan Motors in terms of their unsympathetic management systems"--

9781138322646 (hardback)

2018038173


Performance--Management.
Corporate governance.

HF5549.5.P35 / B38 2019

658.4 / BAS

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