3 edition of Corporate decision making (351 HF) found in the catalog.
|Contributions||University of Toronto. Faculty of Law.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||444 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||444|
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While corporate security is the natural home of intelligence, the tools and techniques outlined are of course equally applicable for any decision-support process—making this. This edited volume aims to intimate and orient readers on the current state of corporate governance and strategic decision making a decade after the global financial crises.
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Corporate Decision-Making examines church order from a careful exegetical perspective, with particular attention to the social world of the New Testament. While most works about church government address structure and qualities of leadership, Brown deals with the interaction of the people of the church, both with their leaders and with one.
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world of delegated decision making and cross-functional teams. The team process combines with the analytical clarity of decision analysis to produce decisions which can be accepted and implemented by the organization.
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Long passed around and cited by scholars and lawyers as an unpublished manuscript, the book explores the choices lawyers and executives make about how they are involved in corporate decisions.
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