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  • 1. Book: Business Management Controls: A GuideBy John Kyriazoglou, CICA, B.A (Hon-University of Toronto),Business Thinker, Consultant and Author of several booksEditor-in-Chief for the Internal Controls Magazine (U.S.A.)Member of the Board of Directors of Voices of Hellenism Literary Society (U.S.A.)E-Mail: jkyriazoglou@hotmail.comProfile: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/john-kyriazoglou/0/9b/919Blog: http://businessmanagementcontrols.blogspot.com/SSRN Free Publications: http://ssrn.com/author=1315434This book describes the various types of controls in all core business functions and outlinesseveral frameworks (including BSC) for designing and implementing those controls.Part A describes the internal controls environment and the establishment of its majorcomponents.Part B outlines the main types of strategic and operational controls, including financial,sales, production, IT governance, data management, business intelligence and corporateespionage.Parts C looks at implementing these controls, and also discusses the role and approach ofmanagers in protecting their company against various threats, while at the same timeallowing it to achieve its core objectives.Part D includes some illustrative case studies and suggests some additional areas wherecontrols may enhance business operations, including business and IT continuity.A selection of illustrative case studies, together with some key recommendationsthroughout the book, offer the reader further help and guidance on applying these controlswithin their own business, regardless of its size.For more details, please see:http://www.itgovernance.co.uk/shop/p-1238-business-management-controls.aspx

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