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    1. 1. Corporate Governance, Law &Corporate Governance, Law &EthicsEthicsCourse OverviewCourse OverviewCorporate Governance, Law &Corporate Governance, Law &EthicsEthicsCourse OverviewCourse OverviewMBA1034 GOVERNANCE, BUSINESS LAW & ETHICSMBA1034 GOVERNANCE, BUSINESS LAW & ETHICSbyStephen OngVisiting Fellow, Birmingham CityUniversity Business School, UKVisiting Professor, Shenzhen
    2. 2. Today’s OverviewToday’s Overview
    3. 3. Course LeadershipCourse LeadershipCOURSE LEADERCOURSE LEADERStephen ONGStephen ONGVisiting Professor,Shenzhen University,P.R.ChinaB.Sc. (Hons) Economics,London School ofEconomics, University ofLondonMBA (InternationalBusiness), University ofBradford, UKEXPERIENCEEXPERIENCE Visiting Fellow Lancaster UniversityManagement School, UK Birmingham City University Edinburgh Napier University Senior Management Barclays Bank plc, UK AIB Capital Markets, UK, MY Private equity VC NSTB, Singapore Sojitz, Japan Neptunus, China
    4. 4. Learning ObjectivesLearning ObjectivesStudents need to analyse the external environment whereStudents need to analyse the external environment wherebusinesses operate and compete. The course aims are :businesses operate and compete. The course aims are :To understand the nonmarket environment thatbusinesses operate in, particularly the functions ofinternational laws, regulations, politics andenvironmental legislations.To understand the different nature of disputes suchas crimes and torts which need to be resolved.To discuss the ethical theories which form thebasis of judgment and decision making by managersin businesses and their corporate socialresponsibility.To learn the organisational roles and relationshipstructures of stakeholders.
    5. 5. Learning OutcomesLearning OutcomesUpon completion of the course, the students should be ableUpon completion of the course, the students should be ableto:to:Identify the power and influence of different stakeholderIdentify the power and influence of different stakeholdergroups and the bureaucratic structure in which they existgroups and the bureaucratic structure in which they existIdentify the various types of laws and regulations thatIdentify the various types of laws and regulations thatregulate commercial behaviour, disputes and non-regulate commercial behaviour, disputes and non-compliance, as well as corporate responses such ascompliance, as well as corporate responses such asmanagement strategies and management of liabilities.management strategies and management of liabilities.Select appropriate strategies to protect intellectual propertySelect appropriate strategies to protect intellectual propertyand various types of contracts and international agreements.and various types of contracts and international agreements.Distinguish the different types of business organisations,Distinguish the different types of business organisations,including corporations, and the relevant regulations.including corporations, and the relevant regulations.Outline the various ethical theories and relate them to theOutline the various ethical theories and relate them to thedecision making process in business.decision making process in business.
    6. 6. Course ContentCourse Content Sessions 1-6 : CorporateSessions 1-6 : CorporateGovernanceGovernance Sessions 7-8 : RegulatorySessions 7-8 : RegulatoryEnvironmentEnvironment Sessions 9-11: Business LawsSessions 9-11: Business Laws Sessions 12-14 : EthicsSessions 12-14 : Ethics
    7. 7. Course TimetableCourse Timetable(Attendance is Compulsory)(Attendance is Compulsory) Lecture (Stephen Ong)Lecture (Stephen Ong)Wednesday 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm*Wednesday 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm*(C205)(C205) Saturday 1:30 pm – 7:30 pm*Saturday 1:30 pm – 7:30 pm*(C205)(C205) Sunday (Extra Class?)Sunday (Extra Class?)** Class times will be subject to changes. Notice will be given 7Class times will be subject to changes. Notice will be given 7days in advance on LMS.days in advance on LMS.
    8. 8. AssessmentAssessmentCoursework (60%)Coursework (60%) Class attendance,Class attendance,participation at caseparticipation at caseStudy discussionsStudy discussions(10%)(10%) Individual writtenIndividual writtenassignment (20%) onassignment (20%) oncase studies.case studies. Individual presentationIndividual presentationand submission ofand submission ofwritten project paperwritten project paper(30%).(30%).Examination (40%)Examination (40%) Final ExaminationFinal Examination(40%) Closed book(40%) Closed bookexamination basedexamination basedon the learningon the learningoutcomes foroutcomes forSessions 1 to 14.Sessions 1 to 14.
    9. 9. Project PaperProject PaperCONTENTCONTENT Select company andthe governance issuesthat business faced,with the followingSections : Abstract Summary Introduction Background of Company NonMarket EnvironmentalAnalysis – PELE Industry Analysis – 4 I Discussion of Issues ConclusionASSESSMENTASSESSMENT Case Analysis of 15-20Case Analysis of 15-20pages, approximatelypages, approximately3,000 words3,000 words Individual presentationsIndividual presentationsReport, approximatelyReport, approximately15 minutes.15 minutes. Report SubmissionReport SubmissionDeadline : Week 6Deadline : Week 6 Presentations: Week 5Presentations: Week 5
    10. 10. Resources : E-LearningResources : E-Learning LMS for Course Information, Plan, Schedule,LMS for Course Information, Plan, Schedule,Assessment, Assignment DeadlinesAssessment, Assignment Deadlineshttps://mustlms.must.edu.my/https://mustlms.must.edu.my/ Lecture SlidesLecture Slideshttp://www.slideshare.net/stephenongch/http://www.slideshare.net/stephenongch/ Online learning at Facebook : Gemini RIOnline learning at Facebook : Gemini RIhttp://www.facebook.com/?ref=tn_tnmnhttp://www.facebook.com/?ref=tn_tnmn
    11. 11. Resources : Core ReadingResources : Core Reading Baron, David P.(2013) Business and its environment, 7thEdition, Pearson Solomon, Jill (2010) Corporate Governance andAccountability, 3rdEdition, Wiley, UK. Goergen, Marc (2012) International CorporateGovernance, Pearson. Cheeseman, Henry R.(2013) The legal environment ofbusiness and online commerce, 7thEdition, Prentice Hall Monks, A.G. & Minow, N. (2011) Corporate Governance,5thEdition, Wiley.
    12. 12. Consultation HoursConsultation Hours(By appointment only)(By appointment only) Stephen Ong (School of Business, Level P)Stephen Ong (School of Business, Level P) Wednesday 3:00 pm – 6:00 pmWednesday 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Email : stephenongch@gmail.comEmail : stephenongch@gmail.com
    13. 13. QUESTIONS?QUESTIONS?

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