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1 A complete Set of Institute of Directors Handbooks | 17 condensed guides & ready reckoners for Corporate Directors  

Avail 10% Discount on purchase of Complete Set (** Actual Price Rs. 8300/-)

Set of Handbooks :

1. Business Sustainability
2. Corporate Social Responsibility
3. Enterprise Risk Management
4. Environment Management System for Green Growth & Sustainability
5. Independent Directors
6. Business Ethics
7. Financial Management
8. Innovation Management
9. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code
10. Change Management
11. Corporate Governance
12. The Board
13. Emotional Intelligence & Organizational Excellence
14. Internal Audit
15. Strategy through Balanced Scorecard
16. Cyber Security
17. Corporate Leadership
Institute of Directors  7470

With rapid changes due to emerging technologies, business leaders have to adopt and change at a much faster pace than ever before. Technological disruptions have become a norm today and has impacted practically all industries and sectors, starting from healthcare to manufacturing, to computing. Thus, the corporate culture has to change to match a technological revolution and rapidly changing customer requirements. Hence, corporate leadership in the current century requires a proactive approach towards managing change and its impact on long-term organisational growth. Modern leaders will need enhanced cognitive soft skills and abilities, such as communicating effectively, problem solving, interpersonal skills, human relations, team work, decisiveness, tenacity and resilience.

Effective leadership is more important today as digital technology is changing every aspect of how business is to be done. Leaders in the current century need to continuously innovate and manage disruptions effectively. Corporate leaders have to be more agile and resilient in a constantly changing business environment and remain focussed on setting and achieving challenging goals, outperform the competition, solve problems decisively and inspire the workforce to perform at the optimal level.

Rapidly changing consumer demands, induced disruption, increasing fragmentation of markets, rapid changes in economic growth potential and fluid labour markets are factors that will require boardrooms to be highly resilient.

Lt. Gen. Surinder Nath, PVSM, AVSM (Retd.)  750
3 Business Ethics  

This handbook is a brief condensed account of Corporate and Social Ethics and has been prepared with special focus on its utility for Corporate Directors and the Boards. The handbook also includes Corporate and SEBI laws applicable to Directors, in connection with Business Ethics.
Mr. Suresh Thawani  500

This handbook can be used as a reference on Business Sustainability. It covers basic information on how to plan and implement the sustainability strategy and policy, which will help in sustaining good business globally and chalking out the strategy, commitment, monitor, measure, evaluate and report on corporate performance and engaging all the stakeholders.
  • Useful to Board Sustainability Committee for Sustainability oversight.
  • Requirement of Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO) to assist CEO to form a Sustainability Team, and spread the spirit of Sustainability Culture.
  • Useful to all Executives to understand the importance of sustainability for their organization.
  • Useful to those already engaged in environment and CSR activities.
  • Provides insight to all the stakeholders into the challenges faced by the organization, while addressing the corporates triple-bottom line activities for the society.
  • Covers all vital issues and core points, required to prepare strategy and plan to implement Corporate sustainability.
Institute of Directors  500
5 Change Management  

The handbook on Change Management is a condensed guide for Corporate Directors and Executive Management. It covers the types, dimensions, approaches and dynamics of Change Management in today's scenario. This book represents comprehensive coverage of change management concepts - Individual Change Management, Organizational Change Management and Change Competency.
Prof. (Dr.) Bala Krishna Moorthy  300
6 Corporate Governance  

This handbook is on Corporate Governance. Corporate Governance is about creating value for all stakeholders of the organisation in a sustained manner by following legal and ethical means. It is also important to understand why companies need to follow good corporate governance practices. Equally important is to understanding why organisations should have good corporate governance practices and how they should improve these practices. In this edition, we have carefully incorporated all the updated versions and interpretations of Companies Act, 2013 along with amendments to rules.
Lt. Gen. Surinder Nath, PVSM, AVSM (Retd)  500
7 Corporate Social Responsibility  

This Handbook will be useful to:
  • Civil society and non-government organizations working in partnership with Corporate sector to implement their CSR activities.
  • Government officials and local administration (line departments) where such activities are performed.
This Handbook is culmination of information gathered from various sources and is suggestive in nature. It should not be considered exclusivity for implementation of CSR projects. This Handbook consists of Six Parts that can be broadly defined as follows:
  • Chapter I - An Overview of CSR
  • Chapter II - An Overview of significant provisions related to CSR in the Companies Act, 2013 and Rules thereunder
Mr. Pradeep Chaturvedi  500
8 Cyber Security  

This handbook is a valuable guide for corporate directors for effective cyber risk management. It provides a comprehensive overview of the cyber threat landscape, and of the strategies and technologies for managing cyber risks.

It helps organizations build a sustainable model for managing cyber risks to protect its information assets. It familiarizes corporate directors and senior organization leadership with important concepts, regulations and approaches for implementing effective cyber security governance.

The contents of the Handbook are well structured and provide Corporate Directors the information and insights that they need to carry out their responsibilities and obligations with respect to cyber security. There are also handy resources spread across the tables and appendices at the end of the book.

The Handbook is written in a pleasing and readable style and covers a wide range of cybersecurity issues facing Corporate Directors and business leaders. Overall, an essential resource for Corporate Directors!

Mr. Ajay Singh  500
9 Emotional Intelligence  

This Handbook on Emotional Intelligence can be used as a guide; to help directors better navigate in the following areas:
  • Identifying and managing your own emotions
  • Persuading and influencing others
  • Dealing with difficult colleagues
  • Responding to stress productively
  • Defusing tense conversations
  • Using your feelings as data to help you make smarter decisions
  • Avoiding emotional pitfalls in a negotiation
  • Reacting to tough situations with resilience
  • Helping others on your team develop their emotional intelligence
  • Developing a strong emotional culture
Major General (Dr.) Tajuddin Mhaisale, VSM  500
10 Enterprise Risk Management  

This handbook is a valuable guide at corporate level, on Enterprise Risk Management. It provides a structured integrated, holistic approach towards a sustainable system of Managing Risks. For an organisation to build a sustainable model for creating long term shareholder value, effective management of these risks is of significant importance. The handbook broadly covers:
  • Guidelines to the boards for formulating strategy and policy on Risk Management, and Director's role in Managing Risks.
  • Overview of major types of Corporate Risks, Enterprise Risk structure, Risk Management, mitigation process, and Risk mitigation toolkit.
  • Checklists for Risk evaluation, categorization, mitigation, and reporting.
  • Requirements of Corporate Boards and Directors, CEOs, CFOs, and Chief Risk Officers, for assessing and mitigating enterprise wide risks.
  • Stakeholders' insights for Risk appetite and Risk Management faced by the organisation.
  • Case studies on Risk Management.
Institute of Directors  500
11 Environment Management System  

This Handbook highlights opportunities and challenges facing the industries, engaged in the processes of Environmental Management for ensuring environmental, social & financial sustainability. It is intended as an informational tool for boardroom professionals, their staff, and their executive management. The areas highlighted include Climate Change, Energy, Water and Waste Management, EMS-ISO14001 certification systems, Global Reporting Initiative (GRI-4), Environment Management Tools, and Environmental Sustainability Aspects.
Dr. S. N. Pati  250
12 Financial Management  

Integral to financial governance are domains of Accounting, Reporting and Compliance (Tax). This book captures few critical changes in these domains and how Board members can evaluate impact of these changes and response of the business to these changes. The efficacy of such decisions would be evaluated based on financial performance of the company. This handbook is an attempt to specifically address in the domain of 'Finance' such as - The key decisions that Board members would have to evaluate and decide upon; and The control processes and approaches those are available to Board members for such evaluation and conclusion? It is critical for all directors to develop comfort with analysing basic financial statements for being an effective member of the Board.
Mr. Rajangam Jayaprakash  500
13 Independent Directors  

The Handbook for Independent Directors covers the role, duties, responsibilities and authority of corporate directors, with special reference to Independent Directors. It is a brief, condensed account of Corporate Governance, Boardroom practices, related Corporate and SEBI Laws dealing with Independent Directors, and their contribution to Boardroom Excellence, and corporate strategy. It covers the multidisciplinary and multifaceted nature of the roles and responsibilities of Independent Directors, in the light of Companies Act 2013, Companies (Amendment) Act, 2017, SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 and amendments thereof. Corporate leaders and Directors can use the Handbook, as a ready reckoner for quick reference, on corporate laws and practices affecting the boardroom. This Handbook distils information about Independent Directors, from a variety of sources, and is intended to be indicative, not prescriptive. It has three parts, as under:
Part I - Independent Directors
Part II - Corporate Governance and Corporate Boards
Part III - Enclosures
Lt. Gen. Surinder Nath, PVSM, AVSM (Retd)  750
14 Innovation Management  

The Handbook on Innovation is a brief condensed account of what innovation is; how it is developed and managed, and how it affects corporate competitive strategy. It covers the multidisciplinary and multifaceted nature of innovation, it's types, levels and criteria. It gives broad insights into the field of Innovation and Creativity. The Handbook presents many facets of innovation, including it's nature, it's development, it's measurement, it's management and it's social and cultural context.
Maj. Gen. Tajuddin Mhaisale  400
15 Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code  

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) is the bankruptcy law of India which seeks to consolidate the existing framework by creating a single law for insolvency and bankruptcy. This handbook covers guidance on processes and practices under the IBC. It addresses business needs that board directors seek, as a step in furthering the board's leadership for directing their companies, in a transparent, cultural and ethical manner. This guide provides the basic information essential to a director for interpreting the provisions of the code. It delves into the board's strategic role and insight into value creation, risk taking, accountability, and legal compliance obligations. The object of this handbook is to assist the directors make the significant advance, in the interest of the company and more broadly of society.
Mr. Ashish Makhija  500
16 Internal Audit  

This handbook can be used as a primer on Internal Audit. Internal Audit is now a key element of organizational governance and plays a critical role in protecting and enhancing organizational value. In February 2000, SEBI introduced Clause 49 for listed companies which amongst others established the Audit Committee and laid down its relationship with the internal audit function. The Companies Act, 2013, now mandatorily requires the appointment of an Internal Auditor by the Board for specified companies. This provision has expanded the requirement to cover a much larger number of other public and private companies. The Handbook on Internal Audit covers the fundamentals on internal audit and discusses the internal audit process, tools and techniques used by internal auditors and the statutory provisions relating to internal audit. It also includes guidance on the role of internal audit in areas such as governance, enterprise risk management, internal financial controls and fraud. The handbook provides functional understanding of the subject and is an effective tool for directors even with no background of audit. We believe that this handbook will benefit the directors and the board for them to understand the practice of internal auditing and how it can play an effective role in an organization. It should also assist to discharge their duties and responsibilities.
Institute of Directors  500
17 Strategy through Balanced Scorecard  

Covers the multi-disciplinary and multi-faceted nature of performance management, its criteria, its development and management. It gives broad insights into the field of strategy building and performance measurement through various facets of balanced Scorecard.
Lt.Gen. J.S Ahluwalia, PVSM (Retd)  350
18 The Board  

This handbook covers guidance on a diverse range of Boardroom issues, for state-owned, family owned, private, large, small or medium companies. It addresses business needs that board directors seek, as a step in furthering the board's leadership for directing their companies, in a transparent, cultural and ethical manner. This guide provides the basic information essential to an organisation with a board that works. It delves into the board's strategic role and insight into value creation, risk taking, accountability, and legal compliance obligations. The object of this handbook is to assist the directors make the significant advance, in the interest of the owners and more broadly of society
Mr. Pradeep Chaturvedi  500

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