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Organizations relating to Executives, Supervisors

Conference of Directors of National Libraries in Asia and Oceania / Tokyo, Japan
Central American Institute of Education Administration and Supervision / Est. 1935
European Centre for Executive Development / Fontainebleau, France / Est. 1971
Centre européen de dirigeants d'associations
International College of Executives and Administrators / Est. 1986
Centre européen des cadres destinés aux pays en voie de développement
Nordic Film Directors Association
Centre international de formation des cadres du développement / Est. 1982
Conférence mondiale permanente des directeurs d'écoles internationales
European Association of Canteen Directors
GAP International / Springfield PA, USA
Association de formation des cadres de l'industrie et administration en langue française
NATPE International / Santa Monica CA, USA / Est. 1962
Caribbean Society of Hotel Association Executives / Coral Gables FL, USA / Est. 1985
Arab Committee on Banking Supervision / Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates / Est. 1991
International Federation of Youth Hostel Wardens Associations / Est. 2016
Meeting of Directors of United Nations Training, Research and Planning Institutes
International Executive Service Corps / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1964
International Executive Development Alliance
Basel Committee on Banking Supervision / Basel, Switzerland / Est. 1974
International Federation of Mining and Energy Executives / Est. 1951
Central American Council of Supervisors of Banks, Insurance Companies and other Financial Institutions / Panama, Panama / Est. 1976
Altrusa International / Chicago IL, USA / Est. 1917
Directors Across Borders / Yerevan, Armenia
Latin American Association of Insurance Supervisors / Santiago, Chile / Est. 1979

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World Problems relating to Executives, Supervisors

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Deficient business leadership
Discrimination against women executives
Unemployment of educated older people
Inadequate national supervision of adherence to international law
Inadequate control over government administrative process
White-collar crime
Terrorism targeted against business corporations
Lack of impartiality of the judiciary
Unethical practices of employers
Inadequate adult guidance
Inadequate system of political checks and balances
Inadequate government supervision of contracts
Lack of international coordination among supervisors of financial stock markets
Abdication of control by company directors
Impairments of executive functions
Ineffective monitoring
Inadequate corporate governance
Misconduct of medical executives
Inflexible military thinking in industry
Executive stress

Action Strategies relating to Executives, Supervisors

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Activating executive authority
Implementing executive functions
Controlling executive branch action
Coordinating UNCED follow-up
Supervising application of standards of workers rights
Regulating insurance
Supervising financial markets
Training senior cooperative executives
Providing school homework supervision
Accepting international supervision
Advancing executives development
Developing executive education
Educating senior cooperative executives
Specializing in supervision
Creating systems for implementing decisions of society
Transporting executives
Providing after-school supervision
Appointing company directors
Enlisting authorized public supervisor
Informing executive leadership of social concerns
Determining context for executive operations
Supplying objectivity to executive decision-making
Supervising production processes
Measuring international supervision
Organizing cadres

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