Case | HBS Case Collection | November 2007 (Revised March 2008)

Tyco International: Corporate Governance

by Rakesh Khurana and James Weber

Abstract

Examines how Tyco and its board recovered from its corporate scandals. Describes how its CEO and board set out to institute processes, guidelines, and a culture that would make Tyco into a company widely recognized for its world class corporate governance.

Keywords: Crime and Corruption; Corporate Governance; Governing Rules, Regulations, and Reforms; Governing and Advisory Boards; Business Processes; Organizational Culture;

Citation:

Khurana, Rakesh, and James Weber. "Tyco International: Corporate Governance." Harvard Business School Case 408-059, November 2007. (Revised March 2008.)