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Indiana University Bloomington

Institute for Corporate Governance

Program Objectives

The Institute for Corporate Governance is dedicated to the study, dissemination, and application of best-in-class corporate governance principles.

Examples of ICG Program Content

While corporate governance guidelines, the perception of best practices, and enforcement emphases are subject to change, content for most of the Institute's programs include:

  • Management of Publicly-Traded Firms in the Dodd-Frank Era
  • Strategic Leadership
  • CEO Compensation
  • Proactive Risk Assessment/Management
  • Related Party Transactions
  • On the “Measurement” of Financial Performance
  • Succession Planning for Critical Personnel
  • Special Committees of the Board
  • Effective Compliance Systems
  • Transitions of Members of the Board of Directors
  • Monitoring Independence, Disclosure,and Transparency
  • Outside and Inside Board Service for CEOs and High-Ranking Officers
  • The Centrality of the Business Judgment Rule
  • Financial Literacy
  • The Separation of the CEO and Board Chairperson Versus Unity of Command

Program Fee

As most ICG programs are custom,
please contact the ICG Director for program fees.