CPA Brad Beckstead has multiple perspectives and insights into corporate governance from both private and public entity perspectives.
Small businesses are the engines of growth and wealth creation in the American economy. For managers issues of corporate governance are often complex and difficult to settle. Brad Beckstead in his new THiNKaha book #CORPORATE GOVERNANCE tweet Book01 provides valuable information on how to engage in effective corporate governance in today’s world of federal bureaucracy and ever-changing regulations. He explains how corporate compliance impacts senior executives, shareholders, managers, customers, and other stakeholders such as the community, vendors, and contractors.
The book contains a great deal of expertise and wisdom that can be deployed by smaller companies today. It is written in a simple and direct style that allows the layman to assimilate and appreciate it readily. It covers the design, implementation, and testing of a system of internal controls that will work for both private and public entities over both short and long term periods of time.
The book explains the fact that when a company publicly displays its code of conduct to the world, it emits value, trust, and professionalism. The book also explains why it is important for executives to set the ‘tone at the top’ when it comes to ethics and policies. Also covered are issues related to how corporate governance directly relates to corporate value and the bottom line. For example, Brad writes: “Initial investment in Corporate Governance and internal controls systems reap long-term ‘dividends’ in investor trust, confidence, and loyalty.”
This is a great Book for small business owners on corporate governance. And it has received plaudits from many business leaders. Dan Crawford, a partner at Newport Board Group LLC, writes: “Straightforward and pragmatic; Brad Beckstead makes it clear why good corporate governance is good business.”
About the Author:
CPA Brad Beckstead has a significant amount of experience providing insight and advice on matters of corporate governance. As a CPA, he specializes in small business SOX compliance issues. Brad understands how important it is for management to have a clear and sound understanding of a company’s internal control system. He is also keenly aware of the difficulties faced by smaller companies in remaining in constant compliance with Sarbanes Oxley.
THiNKaha, an imprint of Happy About, is a leader in timely, cutting-edge books and mobile applications from relevant experts that provide valuable information in a fun, Twitter-brief format for a fast-paced world. Every book in the THiNKaha series is a slim, handy volume that consists of 140 quotations of timely, practical advice, or wisdom. Presented in tweet format, each “aha” is 140 characters or less. These bite-sized words of wisdom span a number of subjects and interests. Titles include: #CORPORATE CULTURE tweet, #TEAMWORK tweet, #LEADERSHIP tweet, #PROJECT MANAGEMENT tweet, and more.
THiNKaha books and authors are also part of THiNKaha Learning, a continuous training program based on customized topics that enhance attendees’ skills by offering bite-sized, easy-to-understand, and worthwhile chunks. This program powers the internal champion at companies or a content guru to deliver expert knowledge on relevant topics, and in a way that inspires learning in their environment and fosters “aha” moments. Just think—regular bite-sized morsels can be delivered on topics such as: leadership, management, sales, marketing, work-life balance, project management, social media and networking, presentation skills, and other topics that are needed by the learner.
For more information, visit http://www.thinkaha.com. Corporations interested in publishing a book series should contact the associate publisher, Janae Pierre, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at +1 408-921-1568.
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