PG Benefits and Challenges for Organizations Print E-mail

The benefits and challenges of the Policy Governance model.

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The board's role: Build governance capacity and evaluate the board's own performance Print E-mail

The board is responsible for its own development, job design, discipline and performance.

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The board's role: Enhance public image Print E-mail

The board members serve as ambassadors as well as trustees. As such, the board should be the link between the “members as owners” and the operational organization.

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The board's role: Assure availability of resources and protection of assets Print E-mail

The boards job is to see that the organization manages the organization's resources effectively. It also has a role to protect accumulated assets.

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Keys to the Policy Governance Model's Effectiveness Print E-mail

This article highlights the keys to the effectiveness of the Policy Governance Model.

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The board's role: Assure legal and ethical behavior and accountability Print E-mail

Under the Duty of Obedience, the board is ultimately accountable for legal compliance in the organization,

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The board's role: Maintain oversight of programs and services Print E-mail

The board is not responsible for creating new programs or services, but to assure that what the organization offers is directly in alignment with the organization’s mission.

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The board's role: Assure effective organizational planning Print E-mail

There is considerable debate about who should create the strategic organizational plan. It doesn’t matter who does it as much as it matters that it is done. It is the board’s job to assure that effective planning is done.

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