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  • The Importance Of IT Governance

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    IT governance is an important concept in the information technology. The IT governance structure lays out the level of authority, decision-making process and the way issues are resolved. It ensures that companies stay on track to achieve their strategies and goals, implement good ways to measure IT’s performance, and shows what key metrics management needs and what return IT is giving back to the business from the investment it’s making (Schwartz K, 2007). IT governance helps to achieve cooperation

  • Good Governance: Transtraperability And Accountability In Good Governance

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    TRANSPARENCY IN GOOD GOVERNANCE” GROUP MEMBERS: -Saba naz (51) - Fizza Farrukh (16) RESEARCH ARTICLE According to Etounge Manguella: “Good Governance implies presence of rule of law, safeguard of human right, existence of honest government, accountability, transparency, predictability and openness” It is a legitimate, accountable, and effective way of obtaining and using public power and resources in the pursuit of widely-accepted social goals. Good governance has got great significance

  • IT Governance

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    IT governance is an improving course and has become an important issue in the information technology area. IT governance refers to the organizational capacity exercised by the executive management and IT management to control the formulation and implementation of IT strategy. It ensures the sustainability of IT and the fusion of business and IT. Ever since the application of information technology in securities industry, IT governance and its future development have been the fundamental issue of

  • Corporate Governance And The Auditor And Corporate Governance

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    the corporate governance, its importance in the current scenario and also its benefits. As per the paper, Corporate Governance may be defined as “Corporate governance loosely refers to the whole system of rights, processes and controls established internally and externally over the management of a business entity with the objective of protecting the interests of its stakeholders.” After this, the article focuses on the relationship between the auditor and the corporate governance. It discusses

  • Essay On Good Governance

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    contemporary world good governance has become a buzzword and it is also frequently mentioned as one ingredient of economic growth and poverty reduction. As the researcher learned from literature the use of the word “good governance” first appeared in a 1989 World Bank (WB) report on Sub-Saharan Africa. As indicated in AfDB (1999) a 1989 WB report on “Sub-Saharan Africa: From crisis to sustained growth”, raised the issue of governance. It was following this report that the idea of good governance is frequently

  • Corporate Governance: An Overview Of Corporate Governance

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    INTRODUCTION Corporate governance is nothing but the set of rules, ethics, values, morals, principles, regulations, and procedures. Corporate governance is a system where directors and management are entrusted with tasks, duties and responsibilities in relation to the affairs of the Company. The term “governance” refers to controlling a company, an organization or corporate bodies. Corporate governance controls and governs the ethics, principles, values, morals. For effective corporate governance, the policies

  • Importance And Importance Of Governance

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    Accordingly, UNDP (1997), policy define the governance in those words “that the process of executing economic, political and administrative policies to manage the country affairs which comprises the process and formal institutions through group of people, community and societies for the betterment of living standards within the country. The above mentioned definition basically was recognized by Secretary-General’s sub-task force of inter-agency in order to promote the integrated responses for the

  • Enterprise System Governance

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    implementing enterprise systems have been widely cited in the literature (Davenport, 1998), but research on governance for enterprise systems implementation is uncommon and uneven. To date, little has been done to theorize the important forecasters for initial and on-going governance success (Grabski et al. 2011). This research is an effort to achieve that, It examine evaluates & identifies governance for Enterprise systems & categorizes them into the respective phases in the enterprise systems experience

  • Governance In Pharmaceutical Industry

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    Pharmaceutical Industry: Governance-Association Standards Two sided coin aspects of Governance in the Public Pharmaceutical Sector Pharmaceutical products are the key element of health systems that helps the community. Despite pharmaceutical being a huge multi-billion dollar industry. This element of governance describes the negative and positive sides of the pharmaceutical industrial parameters. Good governance is one of the factors for economic growth and sustainable development at almost all

  • Corporate Governance

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    Corporate Governance Corporate Governance is the relationship between the shareholders, directors, and management of a company, as defined by the corporate character, bylaws, formal policies and rule laws. The corporate governance system was designed to help oversee the decisions and best interest of the shareholders. The system should works accordingly: The shareholders elect directors, who in turn hire management to make the daily executive decisions on the owner’s behalf. The company’s board