This book presents the readers with a brief history of corporations, their mindset and possibilities as well as how they influence the global economy. The author describes corporation culture and rituals used worldwide. The book’s central part is devoted to corporation values and power. It also shows how today’s corporations recognize national interests and use global ideas within the national scale. Finally, the book focuses on the cooperation with Generation Z and predicts how corporations will survive in the 21st century. It delivers an independent and sophisticated viewpoint of the world of global corporations and gives readers the chance for an interesting inside look.
About the author
Roman Lindauer has over 25 years of practical experience working for international companies (British Airways, Johnson & Johnson, KPMG). He began his career in 1991 in the field of Financial Management. Since 2003 he has also covered the areas of Risk Management through internal controls under Sarbanes - Oxley Act methodology (SOX404) and ISO 31000. During his professional practice he implemented a comprehensive system of internal controls in the local branches of foreign companies several times (T- Mobile, Accenture, SAP, ABB), led the testing and certification projects related to SOX404/COSO.
Roman graduated from the British Open University Business School and completed a one-semester course at George Washington University. He currently teaches at US LIGS University, Cambridge Business School and the University of Economics in Prague. He is a graduate of a wide range of management training and constantly monitors new trends in the area of risk management, compliance, internal audit and strategic corporate development.