Are heroes born? Or made? Would Winston Churchill have been a hero without World War II? Or Jonas Salk without the need for a polio vaccine?
Whether born or made, a battle hero emerges victorious, no matter the circumstances or odds against them.
In Corporate Governance, The Whole War, William da Cruz Leal provides a battle plan for those who need a strategy in setting up a corporate governance program. Worldwide news of corruption, mismanagement, and lawsuits makes these programs not just desirable, but crucial. It is important to say that the actions are addressed to the whole spectrum of company size and business.
This book is a practical guide to winning the war of constructing an inexpensive, effective, and easy-to-understand corporate governance structure.
Introducing a leader, he calls “our hero” and his dedicated company “soldiers”, Cruz Leal describes their fightsto set up a corporate governance program that includes internal controls, risk management, disclosure policies, an ethics code, and other essentials. Under each topic, Cruz Leal recounts a Battle Tale that portrays how the Ieader and his team became conquerors and offers common sense advice on how to do the same.
The battles are often difficult, and sometimes long. Discover who can be the real hero in each battle. The revelation may surprise you.