Author(s): Ahmed I. Alsenosy, Ahmad Albattat, Zunirah Talib
An enterprise's success or failure may be directly linked to the quality of its board of directors, according to a theory. The experience, leadership abilities, and effective use of board processes all represent this attribute. This article outlines an ongoing research effort that highlights information, communication, governance board policy, individual board members, and governance procedures as potentially key components for successful corporate governance. Examples from the literature are used to illustrate these factors. Another goal of this study is to see if there is a way to teach good governance. Engineers are expected to learn about effective corporate governance through the study of Engineering Management, according to some. Choosing the best project idea alternative has never been easier thanks to the growing popularity of front-end project governance. There are formal front-end project governance systems in some industrialized countries to ensure that the usefulness and long-term impacts of projects are checked at the beginning and to ensure that quality information is provided to decision-makers. Using examples from the Netherlands and Norway, this article gives a succinct summary of what we know about front-end project governance thus far. For the establishment of effective public investment projects, the article also examines front-end project governance.