The Governance Problem: How it Started A look at the root of the governance problem today, in response to a Jan. 24, 2013 Globe and Mail article about Bob Monks by Janet McFarland, “Storming the boardroom: Sound, fury and little else.” (Report on Business section, page B8). Opinions, ideas expressed in this video were formed and influenced Continue reading →
Monitoring Executive Performance Using Policy Governance® Say, when’s the last time you had *this* conversation? Not recently, or ever? Seems that companies and organizations are always messing up. But it doesn’t have to be that way; let me show you why. In a perfect world we should see inputs and expectations flowing into an Continue reading →
This video provides a brief answer to the question, “What is Policy Governance?” In a nutshell, Policy Governance is a set of ten principles which, when used in their entirety, operate like a system that any board of directors can use to translate the wishes of moral or legal owners into organizational performance. Policy Governance Continue reading →
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What is Governance? This video briefly answers the question, “What is governance?,” and outlines the job of a board of directors. [Video Transcript] You hear the word, ‘governance,’ a lot these days, but what does it really mean, and is it as important and serious as it sounds? Board governance, or corporate governance, simply refers Continue reading →