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DC Essentials Nr. 75 | 30.03.2016


Sehr geehrter Herr Blue!

EFFIZIENZPRÜFUNG IM PUBLIC SEKTOR: DER WEG NACH VORNE wird immer häufiger beschritten. Die Experten Isabella Ries, Lars Scheider und Univ. Prof. Michael Wolff haben zwar unterschiedliche Erklärungen, aber alle Wege führen zum Ziel – zur Verbesserung der Prozesse und Strukturen im öffentlichen Bereich. Und das bei Aufsichtsräten, die meist pro bono tätig sind….
(Hinweis: Am 4./5.April geht es an der Universität Speyer um zukunftsfähiges Beteiligungs Management im öffentlichen Bereich: 4. SPEYRER TAGUNG)


REGULIERUNG: LEIDER KEIN WEG ZURÜCK ! Bernd Ziesemer zu den Folgen der Über-Regulierung in der gelebten Aufsichtsrats-Praxis:  Das  Gegenteil des Beabsichtigten tritt ein.
Die Folge: Auswahlverfahren die keine sind, hohle Nominierungsausschüsse und  die Forderung  nach so manchen Vorteilen des angelsächsischen Systems:



IMPAIRMENT-TEST: DER MITTELWEG: Bis zu welchem Detail  muss der Aufsichtsrat ihn kennen, was hätte er besser früher gewusst und wann muss der Impairment – Test  überhaupt durchgeführt werden? Dr. Thomas Senger gelingt es auch diesmal wieder, höchst komplexe Materie verständlich zu analysieren:

Aufschlussreiche 11 Minuten!
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