Tag Archives: Good governance

The Danger of Ignorance or why Good Corporate Governance is important

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 Take Away Line If there’s anything we can learn from the collapse of the banks and other major institutions, it’s that their boards have to be more than a mere shadowy presence: their input matters.  The consequences of weak governance … Continue reading

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Opening up: Adopting a Habit of Reviewing Governance Effectiveness

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Take Away Line As the group at the ‘top of the shop’ in their organisations, there is an easy and natural tendency for boards to become somewhat closed off, like a closed system, impervious to signals of how it may … Continue reading

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An Awakened Board: A Peak at Great Organisational Governance

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 Take Away Line Good governance, along with its great governance and weak governance counterparts, is only partly a describable condition – and in this blog we have a go at that – but it is also an outcome from a … Continue reading

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Governance: Consultant/client relations – where does the power really lie?

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Take-Away Line Whether as a member of a board or as a consultant to a board, groups find ways of limiting individual power in ways that can be surprising and uncomfortable, even apparently irrational.  There is a strange symbiotic relationship … Continue reading

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Cross-cultural consulting: can you export good governance?

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Take Away Line Consulting across boundaries has many joys and some pitfalls.  Some of the models and idea do not translate well; others do.  Recent experience in working with a group of NGO leaders in Russia suggests that the four … Continue reading

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