Strategy decision-making processes

The business management analysis of the distribution of roles between themanagement board and the supervisory board as well as the statutory liability requirements for corporate decisions are at the centre of thestrategic decision-making processes project.

Objectives

On the one hand, the difficulties arising in the interaction between the management board and the supervisory board is examined more closely within the framework of strategic decision-making processes. First of all, this includes the division of competences provided for under stockcorporation law as well as the resulting scope for manoeuvre and the limits of a possible division of competences to be observed. In this context,current developments raise important questions for the leadership organisation. Is the supervisory board moving closer to operational leadership as a result of the ever more sought-after forward-looking supervision? Does the German model of separation between themanagement board and the supervisory board continue to exist even in times of volatile environmental conditions? On the other hand, corporate law requirements for strategic decisions are examined from a business management perspective. Through this examination, liability-relevant criteria for proper decisions can be appropriately substantiated.

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Professor of Business Economics, with a focus on Corporate Governance & Organisation
Quadriga University of Applied Sciences

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