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Corporate Governance Structure: Issues & Challenges - Cases of Tata Sons & Infosys

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 53 Issue 1

Published: 2017
Author(s) Name: Nand L. Dhameja & Vijay Agarwal | Author(s) Affiliation: Prof, Faculty of Management Studies, Manav Rachna International Univ., Faridabad, Haryana, India.
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Companies incorporated under Companies Act are characterized by separation of ownership and management. Besides shareholders, stakeholders include banks/ financial institutions, Board of Directors (BoD), employees, suppliers, customers and regulatory authorities. The companys operations are in its interest and are to mitigate conflict of interest of the stakeholders. This entails corporate governance, with the essential characteristics of transparency and accountability. Besides the meaning and significance of corporate governance, this paper discusses the legal aspects and practice relating to the system of BoDs functioning and the key tools of corporate governance. It also analyses the recent conflicting corporate governance experiences of two leading giant corporations in India viz. Tata Group and Infosys.

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