Proposal to the Government of Tamil Nadu – Intangible Measuring Governance & deriving Governance-deficit

I give below the executive summary and Table of Contents of my proposal to the State Government of Tamil Nadu for measuring Governance and Governance-deficit of the State. Governments are dependent on Corporate on Revenue generation and Corporate is least interested in Government’s Social Responsibility initiatives. Governments have to know what Corporate is doing. My proposal to the Government of Tamil Nadu is how to become efficient by themselves and initiate bringing Corporate into Social Responsibility. Main say will be the people. The people of Tamil Nadu are indeed rich with great abilities that I have suggested how to introduce the concept of Governance right from the school level.

Please do have an opinion and you are welcome. Those NGOs who are in education please feel free to be in touch with me.

Jayaraman Rajah Iyer

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Corporate Social Responsibility CSR 2.0

This is my comment submitted on the Article: CSR 2.0 Competitive Advantage for the Future, by Alberto Andreu Pinillos, Global Director of Reputation, CSR, Brand and Sustainability, Telefnica SA.,

Thanks to Alberto for having sent me his paper titled CSR 2.0 Competitive Advantage for the Future that was originally presented by him at for the annual Reputation institute seminar, 5 May 2010, Institute of Directors, London. He has raised important questions and offered solutions for a competitive advantage for the future with a proposal CSR 2.0.  I am pleased to comment on the same with the extract from his paper followed by my comments in blockquote following. This blog is in its entirety devoted to my theory of Inactivity Based Cost Management [IBCM] that I have authored with a sub-title Measurement of Intangible: Governance, Ethical & Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability, where every one of these terms including Intangible is defined and buttonholed. So my comments indicated as IBCM will have the perspective of Alberto’s paper analyzed.

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Angel’s Advocate Recommends on Ethical Responsibility

This page will have regular posting of various topics that:

Angel’s Advocate recommends:

Resources of an entire nation is handed over to the management of Corporate or duly elected representatives of the Government who collectively have the Fiscal Responsibility to report back to the owners. It is the Ethical Responsibility of the people therefore to ask for and get the Public Reporting on the management of the resources from the Fiscal Responsibility group, be it Corporate or Government in every field of activity be it Agriculture or Space exploration.

Free enterprise is an expression of freedom, whereas Ethical Responsibility is an expression of liberty, that threshold values emanate to bridge Ethical and Fiscal Responsibility.’ This blog recommends in areas of Ethical Responsibility, from the viewpoint of expression stated herein. `Ask for & get it.’ is not an easy. People have to take the journey  a long and hazardous one. Continue reading

Angel’s Advocate Measuring National Grid of Governance

Angel’s advocate:

In Corporate history we often see the role played by Devil‘s Advocate and seldom we come across the use of Angel’s Advocate. The essence of Economics lies in risk taking without which bartering system would be in use even today. Risk taking is very essential to business where entrepreneurship is an expression of freedom. Freedom when exercised with full force, business enterprise enters into strategic moves with ambition. That’s when Devil’s Advocate plays the part as a sounding board to ensure that the ambitious strategy of the Donigers goes unrestricted. Ambition keeps pace with Freedom. Continue reading

Exposure Draft Hedge Accounting

Given below is the extract from IASB on Hedge Accounting inviting comments on the Exposure Draft before the same is released as a Standard. It is a good opportunity, possibly the last, to look at the corrective steps needed in this field that has played havoc to the detriment of World and US Economy. Please download the given Exposure Draft and please send your comments directly.

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HACCP of Governance

Announcing

The Implementation of Chapter II Preventive Measures of United Nations Convention Against Corruption [UNCAC]

for

Organizations in Corporate & Government

e Learning – Implementation – Assessment

by IBCM Continue reading

Where does Governance exist?

Extract from the book: Inactivity Based Cost management: Measurement of Intangible: Governance, Ethical & Fiscal Responsibility and Acountability

Where does Governance exist? The interesting quote of Robert Doniger, [from Timeline by Michael Crichton], I’m not interested in the future; I’m interested in the future of the future, possibly has a clue. To-day was the future of yesterday and tomorrow is the future of to-day as well the future of the future of yesterday. Effectively what Doniger says is that he dwells in the past all the time the fascinating historical events and ever interested in tomorrow, a dreamer and a maverick he is, that he ignores ‘to-day’ completely. Working like a beaver, he takes his scientists and cultural experts to the past making them stuck in the ruins of history and the genius that he is, promises a great future of the future making the people of to-day to sit in awe and wonder till they realize the future ever remains a distant dream. A solar view of the planet displays the monumental towers everywhere, promises that are not kept. These towers represent a cost already incurred that cannot be recovered. Donigers do not think that it is necessary for them to be concerned about to-day and not at all obliged to inform or discuss the cost consequence of their action, where to-day represents the effect of decisions of yesterday for all to see with utter helplessness. Continue reading