Good governance of organisations is widely accepted as being vital to their health and longevity. It is defined as:
“the system by which the whole organization is directed, controlled and held accountable to achieve its core purpose over the long term” 1
BS135002 states that corporate governance should:
“…ensure the strategic guidance of the company, the effective monitoring of management by the board, and the board’s accountability to the company and the shareholders.” 2
While the principles are well established, different approaches often emerge in different contexts.
The Club material for Governance Nodes is shared with the Praxis Framework here: