Discusses corporate governance, which is increasingly being seen as the hallmark of a well run company, and how this should be demonstrated. Questions how governance should be measured and communicated. Concludes that performance measures need to be supplemented by contextual information on the business and its situation, and that measures should be unique to the organization and its competitive strategy.
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