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Corporate Governance in Banking Nuggets from Canada, Georgia, Germany, U.K., and Zimbabwe

Author Name: Justine Chinoperekweyi, Ph.D. | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details

“This book written by Justine Chinoperekweyi is great, full of academic rigor and thorough in its coverage on corporate governance theories and best practices.  It is well exemplified with case studies and guide readers prudently through different aspects of current corporate governance debates, not only for a specific region in Africa, but universally. This book is an essential (and much needed) addition to the body of knowledge of governance practitioners, academics, students and other related professionals. This multidisciplinary book has taken an innovative approach as it is linking corporate governance with complexity theories as well as provides substantial new insights into why governance systems are failing and what may be done to improve this situation. Well done Justine for this great work.  I endorse and recommend this book to all my colleagues and friends.”

Mr. Kwanele Ngwenya (CEO, NBS Bank, Malawi)

“Justine addresses one of the most important issues of our times, the need for transformation of corporate governance in the financial industry worldwide. Justine masterfully connects the dots between a variety of theories, well-known real-case examples, the unpredictable factor of human nature, the importance of leadership, and how organization development can weaken or strengthen the whole organization. The many dimensions and the complexity of the whole subject are presented in a clear, structured and easy to follow style.”

Nicole Heimann (CEO & Leadership Alliance Coach of Nicole Heimann & Partners AG, Switzerland)

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Justine Chinoperekweyi, Ph.D.

Justine Chinoperekweyi, Ph.D., is the author of the transformative books Exceptionality Without Relapse: pathways and principles to creating an exceptional life; and Decision Making for Transformational Presence: Guide to making decisions that work. Justine has a passion for teaching and championing true education and advancing the OD practice. He is involved in higher education and professional training and development as Director, Academic Director, Independent Speaker and Visiting Assistant Professor of Leadership & Finance in Zimbabwe and UAE. Justine is the Director & Academic Dean of Centre for Organization Leadership & Development (COLD) a competency-based vocational education & training institution.

Justine was born and brought up in Makoni District of Rusape in Zimbabwe. He can be contacted by email: justinechinz@yahoo.com.



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