Communication in corporate governance behavioral and distortion: A cognitive approach to the management of the companyDownload This Article
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The globalization of markets and the development of increasingly complex business networks emphasize the criticality of information flows and communication channels aimed at relations between the corporate executive body, management, shareholders and other stakeholders. In a complex framework of relationships, communication and information of corporate governance are of major importance for the tools of consensus management of complex organizations, characterized by multiple structures of interest and oriented Market-Driven Management. Regardless of the governance model chosen, companies must put the goal of building a consistent system of relationships, with different target audiences, thus establishing consistent communication of corporate governance policies.
Keywords: Corporate Governance, Communication, Information, Stakeholders, Globalization, Relationship
JEL Classification: G34, D83, F6
How to cite: Greco, F. (2019). Communication in corporate governance behavioral and distortion: A cognitive approach to the management of the company. In S. Esposito De Falco, F. Alvino, & A. Kostyuk (Eds.), New challenges in corporate governance: Theory and practice (pp. 416-429). https://doi.org/10.22495/ncpr_50