Accounting and finance policies and procedures
Policies and procedures are the foundation of internal controls for organizations, this book enables you to hit the ground running and significantly accelerate your completion of a solid policies and procedures program. This book provides sample documents can be personalised and customised to meet your company's needs
Practical advice on assertiveness to help you find your voice and make your mark.
Auditing the risk management process
Guide to auditing the risk management process, including developments in risk management which are relevant to auditors.
Balanced Scorecard Diagnostics : Maintaining Maximum Performance
A step-by-step guide to analysing the effectiveness of an organisation's balanced scorecard and ensuring it is operating at maximum performance.
Designed to assist boards with the issues and legal considerations involved in boardroom disputes.
The board structure and its committees
Chapter 3 deals with the structure of the board, its governance role and responsibilities. It also gives brief overviews of the different types of board committees, including: audit; nomination; remuneration; and risk committees. These are dealt with in more detail in later chapters.
Business accounting: volume 1 (13th edition)
A textbook for students on bookkeeping and accounting. The text is fully compliant with International GAAP. Part 1 of a 2 part set.
Business accounting: volume 2 (13th edition)
A textbook for students on bookkeeping and accounting. The text is fully compliant with International GAAP. Part 2 of a 2 part set.
Business continuity strategies
A practical guide to protecting against unplanned disasters.
Business ethics and values
Introduces students to the complexities and principles of ethical issues.
Business ethics: a case study approach
Explores issues relating to ethics and ethical behavior in organisations
Business process management and the balanced scorecard
Shows managers how to optimally use the balanced scorecard to achieve strategic success.
CEO Succession: An owner's guide for directors
This title provides comprehensive, expert-led coverage of all aspects of corporate governance for public, nonprofit, and private boards. This chapter looks as the reality of succession, rather than the theory, looking at ways in which the succession process can go wrong.
The chairman of the board
Chapter 11 looks at the Chairman's role in governance and their role on the board and the chair's interaction with CEO, company secretary, senior independent director (SID) and shareholders.
Changing your group structures
Looks at the challenges involved in corporate restructuring, recapitalisation and large-scale change management.
Communications with stakeholders
An essential source of reference and route map for the position of Non-executive director. Contains case studies and checklists throughout.
Chapter 11 of the handbook deals with shareholder relations with reference to the UK Corporate Governance Code and UK Stewardship Code. Disclosures and transparency, and Corporate Social responsibility are also covered
Complete presentation skills handbook: how to understand and reach your audience for maximum impact and success, The
A guide to public speaking for staff at all levels.
Concise Adair on communication and presentation skills, The
A guide to communicating for managers and leaders.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Chapter 6 gives a background to this area and sets out the business case for Corporate Social Responsibility. It also looks at CSR reporting and disclosures and CSR and shareholders.
A wide-ranging and critical approach to strategic management.