Why corporate governance needs a systemic overhaul

04/18/2013 | GreenBiz.com

Existing models of corporate governance aren't up to the challenges posed by our changing world, writes Terry F. Yosie. It's time for system-level governance to match the system-level problems we face, Yosie argues. "Rethinking governance means both the redistribution of authority and responsibility through networked systems where the accountability for bad decisions becomes as evident as the benefits from well made choices," he writes.

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