Some Typical Issues for Boards Considering Policy Governance
Governance at Ballantyne & Associates
What is Policy Governance?
Why Should Your Board Use Policy Governance?
Some Issues of Policy Governance
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Some people hear of the principles of Policy Governance, and embrace the concept immediately. Often board members need to learn the whole model before they have the comfort that they will be able to perform their responsibilities. At Governing dot ca there are a list of topics that you and your board may want to explore with your consultant.