Improving skills in Policy Governance

We think of Policy Governance understanding, both for the board and for the individual, as an ongoing evolution. Levels of skill and degrees of consistency may vary but the intent to do it well is always present. There are a number of areas of which clients have frequently sought help. . In our minds, understanding the theory is important but it doesn’t mean much until you actually have the actionable skills and tools to put that understanding into successful practice. This section provides information about getting there.

Here are a few of the topics most frequently requested by our clients or most in need of further explanation based on the challenges of the boards we work with:



The Monitoring Process - Sample Internal Reports Print E-mail
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What if you have a concern? How do you deal with it? Print E-mail
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Developing Operational Definitions Print E-mail
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Board Measuring its Own Performance Print E-mail

Several Alternative Methods

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One Possible Annual Agenda Development Process Print E-mail
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The Agenda Planning Process Print E-mail
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