Abstract

 

Based on a research study conducted in Singapore with five leaders, this paper highlights the potential of restorative justice in strengthening the corporate governance framework in commercial organisations.  The study revealed leaders adopting certain strategies in ensuring conformance with external regulations and internal corporate governance framework.  The strategies incorporated as part of leadership prevented employees from breaking the rules and created an environment of conformance.   The leadership were aligned with the principles of restorative justice.  This paper presents information that were part of a thesis and seek to validate the expansion of the concept, restorative justice, to commercial organisations in the area of leadership and corporate governance.

 

Key words: restorative justice, commercial organisations, leadership, corporate governance, Singapore.

Begum, R (2017). The potential of restorative justice in strengthening...

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  • To cite this article: Begum, R.A.R  (2017). “The potential of restorative justice in strengthening corporate governance framework”, Internet Journal of Restorative Justice, 5 Year Celebration Special Issue, ISSN (online): 2056-2985.

     

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    ASIN: B075NT9MN6

     

    Corresponding Authors: 

    Razwana Begum Bt Abdul Rahim, PhD 

    Email: razwanabegum@gmail.com 

    Postal address: Block 528, Serangoon North Ave 4, #02-92, Singapore 550528. 

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