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Six Pillars of Good Corporate Governance

     Rules of law
•  Legislating and issuing regulations that are fair and acceptable to employees and society
•  Legally authorizing the power
•  Improving the process of drafting, issuing, and implementing the law with the consideration on quality, fairness and quickness
     Moral integrity
•  Embracing the morality and cultural values
•  Encouraging the employees to conduct their duties and be role model for society
•  Encouraging the employees to be honest, sincere, disciplined, and diligent.
     Transparency
•  Building the trust within the organization or nation by encouraging transparent working process in every division; disclosing information to employees, general public, and stakeholders to access the information.
•  Providing the opportunities for employees, general public or stakeholders to check the correctness
     Participation
•  Providing the opportunities for employees, general public or stakeholders to understand the situation
•  Providing the opportunities for employees, general public or stakeholders to participate in solving the organization problems by giving opinions or voting.
     Responsibility and accountability
•  Realizing that one has duties and responsibility for the society and environment
•  Concerning oneself with public problems
•  Enthusiastically solving the problems
•  Respecting the different opinions
•  Being responsible to one’s conduct
     Effectiveness and efficiency
•  Managing the limited resources for the optimal benefits for public and encouraging the employees and public to be economical
•  Using the resources efficiently
•  Producing high quality goods and providing good service
•  Conserving the natural resources
•  Adding values

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