South Korea Jamboree raises questions about travel
Should young people be banned from travelling? Does anyone need to travel in the days of Zoom?
How to Write an Investment Business Plan - Template
It is important to tailor every business plan to the particular circumstances of the company.
The art of building an appropriate governance framework
An important basic tool for effective board oversight, a governance framework provides a mechanism for board directors and senior management to have a clear understanding and oversight.
Corporate accountability: PwC and KPMG make workplace complaints public
PwC and KPMG are leading the way in transparent corporate accountability. Here’s why you should follow in their footsteps.
Using Profiling to Build an Effective Board of Directors
Profiling can help build a balanced and effective board.
Board Performance Evaluation and Director Appraisal
The board should undertake a formal and rigorous annual evaluation of its own performance and that of its committees and individual directors.
Ensure the Organisation's Structure is Appropriate*
Organisational structure refers to the way tasks are divided up, how the work flows, how this flow is coordinated and the forces and mechanisms that allow this coordination to occur.
Corporate Governance Training for Directors, Boards and Company Secretaries
These programmes are provided as an indication of what can be provided. All programmes will be designed or adapted to meet the specific needs and requirements of clients.
Directors' responsibility to take account of legitimate interests*
Directors primary duty is to the shareholders – to maximising shareholder value. However . . .
Roles, Duties and Responsibilities of Company Directors
Membership of a board of directors is a great privilege - but it is accompanied by risks and responsibilities.
Directors' Duties are defined in Section 172 of the UK Companies Act 2006
Directors have a duty under law to act in good faith.
Executive Coaching for High Performance Top Teams and Individuals in Organisations
Top teams include chief executives, managing directors, whole boards of directors, heads of departments . . . Teams are built, and when individuals leave, or teams disperse, they grieve.
The Vale Dam Disaster
The sudden dam collapse sent a river of waste pouring across the countryside of Minas Gerais state, killing more than 270 people.
Governance and Succession Planning on Family Business Boards
Family offices are concerned with the wealth of a family, not directly with the specific and various businesses that are being managed by the family.
What can we learn from government action under pressure?
While the world burns governments talk. An epidemic in China and governments ignore. But a pandemic at home and they demonstrate what is possible. Are you guilty of similar neglect?
"Because that's (NOT) how long it takes" The cost of legacy thinking
How come China has offered to build the whole of the UK's planned HS2 railway in five years when the UK government expects it to take 20 years?
Financial Services Sector: Principles Based Guidance for Risk Committees
The Risk Coalition has published (4 December 2019) its principles-based guidance for board risk committees and risk functions in the UK financial services sector.