From the Author
Directors need good judgement. A lack of it can send them to jail, expose them to ridicule, or render them bankrupt. <P> Good judgement is developed by bad experience; so how can directors develop judgement without suffering the experiences?<P> This book is an aid to developing good judgement. It will be of interest to aspiring and experienced directors alike. The case studies are drawn from real life situations which have been fictionalised to preserve the anonymity of the protagonist and to clarify the issues. The advice is practical and pragmatic.
From the Back Cover
This book by one of Australia's leading governance and boardroom experts allows directors to practise and develop their judgement.<P> Contributions from leading international directors, consultants and academics provide insights to extend and enhance the abilities of directors to effectively meet the challenges of their role.<P> The case studies are lively, realistic and up to date. They allow directors to encounter issues and develop responses to enhance their personal judgement.<P> With contributions from around the world and examples of commercial, government-sector and not-for-profit enterprises this book is an authoritative and comprehensive source of inspiration for aspiring and experienced directors.