| || Fraudbusting |
Author: David Price
Paperback - A5 - 174pp - £12.99 - ISBN 1-85252-346-8 - 1999
Fraudbusting is a practical guide to recognising and combatting the increasing occurrence of corporate fraud. The cost of protecting against fraud is not high; the consequences of failing to do so can be disastrous...
Experienced fraud investigator and security consultant David Price explains the different ways in which companies can be defrauded, both from within and without, and shows what managers can do to avoid or mitigate the problem.
| || Sabotage |
Authors: Farhad Analoui & Andrew Kakabadse
Paperback - A5 - 174pp - £12.99 - ISBN 1-85252-345-X - 2000
There are many ways in which disgruntled employees can and do seek to damage their employers - from deliberate non-performance in their jobs, to financial fraud, to outright sabotage. It happens in all companies. This invaluable guide will show managers how to recognise the signs - and what to do about it when they arise.
| || Targetitis |
The Current Organisational Disease
Paperback - A5 - 180pp - £14.99 - ISBN 1-85252-501-0
This provocative book looks closely at the current, lamentable organisational disease of targetitis and its cure. The apparent religion of the Western world is efficiency and this seems to be controlled by the setting of targets which are offset by the extreme difficulties in first understanding them and second, meeting them.
| || Who Will Guard the Guardians? |
Corporate Governance in the Millennium
Author: Anthony Williams
Paperback - A5 - 244pp - £12.99 - ISBN 1-85252-311-5 - 1999
A searching and important analysis of the current corporate governance regime in the UK. The author examines the ways in which directors are and can be held to be accountable, the role of non-executive directors, the practice of corporate governance in the public sector, the development of codes of conduct, and the position of the UK relative to other countries in Europe and around the world.