Title: The effect of corporate governance on managers' job performance

Authors: Bassem E. Maamari; Georges T. Doumet

Addresses: College of Business Administration, Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, Room S-073, Aziziyah, Al Khobar, 32950, KSA ' ABD, Grenoble School of Management, 12 Rue Pierre Semard, 38003 Grenoble, Cedex 01, France

Abstract: This article aims and seeks to develop a comprehensive idea about corporate governance and its impact on the managers' job performance inside corporations. While many previous studies attempted to discover the importance of this relation from the perspective of productivity and positive outcomes of corporations, they all took CG as an independent construct in itself. This study takes into account the effect of corporate social responsibility, enterprise risk management, and board of directors' composition, as basic subsets of corporate governance, on managerial job performance, and the impact of these three combined on the relationship between corporate governance and managerial job performance. The context of this study is the active and established corporations in the Lebanese market, which have more than 30 years of age. The results show that CG does affect managers' performance through its different sub-sets, to varying extents.

Keywords: corporate governance; corporate social responsibility; CSR; risk management; job performance; managers; telecomm; board of directors; BoD.

DOI: 10.1504/IJBGE.2022.119355

International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics, 2022 Vol.16 No.1, pp.39 - 53

Received: 27 Feb 2020
Accepted: 16 Sep 2020

Published online: 11 Nov 2021 *

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