Running a corporation is an arduous task that takes copious amounts of time and effort. Corporations use several managers to oversee departments and complete business functions. The board of directors, chief officers and operational managers make up the basic levels of corporate management. The responsibility to make decisions and direct the corporation lies with these owners and managers. Directors, officers and managers build corporate relationships with other companies in the business environment. These relationships help companies acquire economic resources and move consumer products through the economic market. Corporate management is responsible for creating policies and procedures for the business organization. The enforcement of these policies and procedures ensure employees understand the corporationâs mission and vision. Corporate management in publicly-traded companies is responsible to the board of directors. This book provides updated information on various aspects of this subject. This book will be invaluable to students dealing with this topic.