process of corporate_governance

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Interests of other stakeholders:[10]Organizations should recognize that they have legal, contractual, social, and market driven obligations to non-shareholder stakeholders, including employees, investors, creditors, suppliers, local communities, customers, and policy makers.

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Corporate Governance By: Muhammad Faizan Answer to Q1: I fully agree to the given statement that poor corporate governance leads to poor performance in the long run. And same is the case with the given company in the case study. They were going pretty well initially but over the last few years their performance decreased. Answer to Q2:Major problems that a company is facing is the CEO-Chairman duality first. Because decision made were biased

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