Communication Is Key in Corporate Governance

Marc Palker, Principal at MPP Associates and IMA Chair, Global Board of Directors | April 10, 2017 |

Clear communication within an organization is critically important in order for corporate governance structures to succeed. When an employee is responsible for various accounting and reporting functions, they need to understand the entire organizational structure within which they are operating, explains Marc Palker, Principal at MPP Associates and Chair of the Institute of Management Accountants’ Global Board of Directors.

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