Corporate Governance and Tata Steel Governance

Dr. Mita Mehta and Dr. Arti Chandani
Corporate Governance; Transparency; Responsibilities; Practices
Corporate governance denotes the rules, functions and practices which help the organizations to work. The purpose of this report is to review the papers related to corporate governance in various companies, which mainly refers to the employee engagement. The effective corporate governance provides transparency and good business environment to the responsible organizations. On the other hand, the effective corporate governance practices can increase the value of the organization in the competitive environments. The problem is in designing effective corporate governance which provides effective performance to the company and the agency problem. The announcement of a sound corporate governance certainly will not guarantee transparency and the accountability of responsibilities. Irrespective of the gender, the board members have high level of responsibilities and they must be accountable for their role. The human resource is very crucial in an organization. The policy makers must work a lot on the economic outcomes during the options to consider a particular policy. The findings of the research on the corporate governance suggested to implement efficient control procedures internally in the organization which have a cooperative attitude and limitations from the laws created which will help in protecting the investors effectively.
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Received : 01 January 2020  

Accepted : 11 May 2020

Published : 04 June 2020  

DOI: 10.30726/ijmrss/v7.i2.2020.72007

Corporate Governance and Tata Steel Governance