After completing this course you will be able to:
What will you learn in this Workshop?
Leadership in organisations has overriding duty to stakeholders and the general public to ensure that a spirit of good governance is inculcated in all levels of management. As the public/private sector character and attributes continue to evolve globally, the notions of accountability, sustainability, transparency and corporate citizenship are identified as the pivot around which public management and good governance revolve.
This workshop will provide insight into the King IV Report on Corporate Governance by introducing various amendments and enhancements to its predecessor, the King Ill Report resulting in enhanced corporate governance through, inter alia, the increased involvement of stakeholders, the requirements for the independence of directors, increased disclosures of information by companies and the alignment of the management of group companies.
Within the recent past Government, large organizations, banks, and small businesses have become victims of the scourge of Economic crime in document and cheque fraud, wire frauds and various types of business frauds. These frauds have resulted in the loss of funds from tens of thousands to multi-million dollar losses. With continual digitization of financial records and transactions, fraud prevention and detection is set to be more challenging.