Defining the role of the board and making it fit for purpose
Transforming a board can be a journey with many obstacles.
It’s a process that many organisations will have to face and the way it is facilitated can be vital to the success.
But having a governance structure not fit for purpose can be dangerous for an organisation.
On this page we currently have two good governance case studies around making a board fit for purpose:
Badminton GB – Dr Mary Hardwick, chair of Badminton GB discusses how the organisation introduced independent non-executive directors and what advice she would give to other organisations.
Surf Life Saving GB – Chief executive Esther Pearson discusses how the organisation resolved governance issues that had led to financial insecurity.
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