Corporate Governance Practices in Malaysia. Group 5 Name Matric No Ng Ee Ley 114967 Soon Pei Foon 115190 Yap Hwee Ching 119508 Jaykanthan Jayaraman 127982. Topics to be discussed.
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Corporate Governance Practices in Malaysia
Name Matric No
Ng Ee Ley 114967
Soon Pei Foon 115190
Yap Hwee Ching 119508
Jaykanthan Jayaraman 127982
“Culture is more often a source of conflict than of synergy. Cultural differences are a nuisance at best and often a disaster.”
The extent to which people are expected to stand up for themselves or act primarily as a member of a group
The degree to which less powerful members of society expect there to be differences in the levels of power
describes a society's "time horizon," or the importance attached to the future versus the past and present
Value placed on traditionally male or female values.
Masculine cultures value competitiveness, assertiveness and ambition, whereas feminine cultures place more value on relationships and quality of life
the extent to which a society attempts to cope with anxiety by minimizing uncertainty
“Apart from Korea, Malaysia could be the best regulated and most transparent market in Asia right now.”