Refounding Corporate Governance: The Metaphysics of Corporate Leadership is a deconstructive tour-de-force and leads the reader to an understanding of the further evolution of corporate governance in considered ways and brings them together in a coherent and understandable way. This book looks at the role of the individual in the organization and allows readers to reflect on their own role and interaction within their organization. It focuses particularly on leaders, managers and corporate board members and on how power and leadership in the corporation are operating now. The volume also looks comparatively at the governance dynamics of other organizations, such as the Catholic Church and Universities.

The book provides an in-depth look at the way society’s organizations operate in the most important spheres of society and, in so doing, presents a comprehensive understanding of governance. The book should prove to be very useful for scholars and professionals interested in management theory and organizational leadership studies.