Course descriptions are provided for available courses AND their prerequisites. View a list of courses offered during the Summer 2012 term.
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The corporate scandals we've seen in recent years have had one thing in common: governance failure. The structures and processes intended to safeguard corporate assets did not withstand attempts to misappropriate (or otherwise misdirect) resources and/or to ensure a true accounting of business activity. What are we to learn from these and other less notorious challenges to corporate governance? How might they have been prevented? By what means can managers deter inappropriate, unethical, and even criminal behaviors within their organizations? What principles underlie managers' duties to stakeholders? How do leaders weigh their conflicting obligations?
- Course number: GSM-441
- Credits: 2.00
- Academic Level: Graduate
- Currently Offered: Yes
- Course Type: Lecture
Pre-requisite for this course
- GSM-411 Econ Analysis for Managers
- GSM-415 Quantitative Analysis
- GSM-420 Financial Reporting & Analysis
- GSM-421 Managerial Accounting
- GSM-425 Marketing Management
- GSM-430 Technology & Operations Mgmt
- GSM-435 Finance
- GSM-455 Leading Individuals and Group
- GSM-460 Communication Strategies
- GSM-465 Leading Organizational Change
Co-requisite for this course