Leadership and Governance from the Inside Out
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Part I: Fueling the Crisis: Corporate Scandal and Wrongdoing.
Chapter 1: “I See Nothing, I Hear Nothing”: Culture, Corruption, and Apathy (Robert Gandossy and Jeffrey Sonnenfeld).
Chapter 2: Twenty-First-Century Corporate Governance: The Growing Pressure on the Board Toward a Corporate Solution (Sherron S. Watkins).
Part II: The Role of the Leader.
Chapter 3: How Leaders Restore Confidence (Rosabeth Moss Kanter).
Chapter 4: Greed, Vanity, and the Grandiosity of the CEO Character (Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries and Katharina Balazs).
Chapter 5: The Essence of Leading and Governing Is Deciding (Michael Useem).
Chapter 6: Vigorous Competition, Cardinal Virtues, and Value Creation (Robert W. Lane).
Chapter 7: Challenge Up: A Key to Organizational Integrity (Marshall Goldsmith).
Chapter 8: Enron et al.: The March of Folly (Warren Bennis).
Part III: The Role of the Board.
Chapter 9: Seeing Around Corners (Norman R. Augustine).
Chapter 10: Whither Governance: Process or People? (William W. George).
Chapter 11: Enron and Effective Corporate Governance (Charles M. Elson).
Chapter 12:: “Somebody’s Gotta Keep An Eye On These Geniuses”: What We Must Do to Restore Owners’ Capitalism (John Clifton Bogle).
Part IV: Toward Reform.
Chapter 13: Shedding the Images and Getting Real About Business Responsibility (Barbara Ley Toffler).
Chapter 14: Getting What You Pay For: Institutional Investors Take on Executive Pay (Nell Minow).
Chapter 15: Accounting 101 (Rick Antle).
Chapter 16: Principles and Best Practices of Executive Compensation That Stand the Test of Time (Roberta D. Fox and Michael J. Powers).
Chapter 17: Evolution of Corporate Criminal Liability: Implications for Managers (Jennifer Arlen).
Chapter 18: Corporate Governance in Europe (Leonardo Sforza and Alan Judes).
Chapter 19: Developing Leaders of Character: Lessons from West Point (Rakesh Khurana and Scott A. Snook).
Chapter 20: Speech by SEC Chairman: Remarks at the 2003 Washington Economic Policy Conference (William H. Donaldson).
Chapter 21: Corporate Governance and the Culture of Seduction (Arthur Levitt).
Chapter 22: If I Only Knew Then What I Know Now (Susan C. Keating).
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