International Business Control, Reporting and Corporate Governance: Global business best practice across cultures, countries and organisations available in Paperback
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- Elsevier Science
This book is designed to help Business Controllers / Accountants / Finance Directors / Bankers / Financial Analysts / Business Consultants to understand that International Business Control is much more than just a business being IFRS and US GAAP compliant, or just an extension of the domestic HQ control system.
•Go beyond IFRS and GAAP to see what best practice measures can be put in place to avoid global business failure
•Look at the cross-cultural issues surrounding global businesses and be easy to read, understandable and easy to memorize – a practical book for the busy financial and business control manager
•Combine case studies of the best global businesses who have wide global practice (eg GE, du Pont de Nemours, Toyota, Siemens, Valéo, Scania, etc.) with advanced academic research
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Georges Nurdin, MSc., MBA, Ph.D, FinstD, studied international business, management and economics in Oxford (UK), Paris (France), Berlin (Germany) and in the USA. For over 20 years he held global divisional CFO, CEO and Director positions in leading American and European multinational corporations, including GE, Du Pont de Nemours, L&G-Siemens and Valéo. His extensive international experience spans Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Africa, the Americas and Asia.
For the last ten years Dr Nurdin has advised private and public sector boards and international organisations on international business, economics, trade and cross cultural management.
Dr Nurdin authors articles and
publications and regularly delivers lectures and conferences in leading world business schools.
Table of Contents
2. From domestic business control to international business control;
3. The different business control models according to the different phases of the internationalisation process / dynamics;
4. The different cultural factors that drive the business and their control related issues;
5. Roles and competencies of the business control according to the different cultural models;
6. How should business control be shaped to best fit with phases of internationalisation dynamics, cultures, critical factors;
7. Which profile for which type of international business controller;
8. Controlling for international enduring performance;
9. Controlling for the environment;