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Remarkably little is known about the insider workings of non-profit sector organisational boardrooms. Yet they have a profound impact on organisational performance and accountability.
Non-Profit Boardroom Corporate Governance: An Insider View
This presentation addresses corporate governance research at the board of directors’ level of the non-profit organisation, drawing on latest international research and practice as well as Professor Parker’s own research from within boardroom deliberations. Directors’ roles and responsibilities for strategic management, organisational control and internal boardroom governance processes will all be examined with a view to highlighting implications for future practice in the overall boardroom corporate governance function.
Professor Parker is a Professor in Accounting in the School of Accounting at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, and Professor of Accounting at Royal Holloway College University of London. Previous academic posts include the Universities across the UK and Australia, and visiting professorships in the USA, UK, Australasia, Asia and the Middle East. His research has been published in over 200 articles and books on management and accounting internationally. Professor Parker is joint founding editor of the internationally prominent ISI listed interdisciplinary research journal Accounting Auditing & Accountability Journal and serves on over 20 journal editorial boards internationally. His academic leadership roles have included President of the Academy of Accounting Historians (USA), the American Accounting Association Public Interest section and Vice-President International of the American Accounting Association. He currently chairs that association’s centennial celebrations committee. Professor Parker is a specialist qualitative, interdisciplinary researcher in:
- Strategic Management and control
- Corporate Governance
- Accounting and Management History
- Social and Environmental Accountability
- Public/Nonprofit Sector
- Qualitative and Historical Research Methodology
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Getting thereVenue: Green Brain,RMIT Storey Hall, Building 16, Level 7
342 Swanston Street, Melbourne