ICSA International

Turnbull, Peter
November 2013
Keeping Good Companies (14447614);Nov2013, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p604
The article examines ethics in application of good governance. The author stresses that ethical behavior is the core of achieving good governance outcomes. A great depth of thinking on how ethics and governance are connected is offered. Practical guidance on how boards should approach ethics in terms of structure, application and leading by example is presented.


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