Corporate Governance and Ethics Abstract This document examines the issue of corporate governance and ethics as it relates to the contemporary enterprise and its ethics program. A specific corporate governance and ethics program is analyzed which is the McKinsey S-7 program of corporate governance and ethics. The S-7 program includes a series of 7 particular factors: shared values, strategy, skills, systems, staff, style, and structure. Together, these factors allow the enterprise to develop a more comprehensive corporate governance and ethics program that is recognizable to all of the firm’s stakeholders. Introduction Corporate governance and ethics has become an important concept to businesses and enterprises the world over. This is...The end:
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