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The Governor’s Take on Governance – Part 2

The Governor’s Take on Governance – Part 2

Shouldn’t governance be able to predict/prevent corporate failure? Developing a framework for predicting, or preventing, governance or ultimately organisational failure would surely be an auditor’s dream framework. While I cannot claim to be able to do this, I have developed The Governance Framework© that can help to identify areas of strength, weakness and therefore the

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The Governor’s Take on Governance – Part 2

The Governor’s Take on Governance – Part 2

I wanted to continue my series of governor reflections this month by answering some of those questions that are not always considered. These will include reasons why diversity doesn’t always work and dealing with conflict in the boardroom. I shall also look at whether governance should be able to ...
31 October 2019
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The Governor’s Take on Governance – Part 1

The Governor’s Take on Governance – Part 1

This month’s blog was inspired by a recent interview I did on my thoughts around various governance topics. It will be the first in a series of blogs over the coming months. You can look forward to my thoughts on, amongst other things: predictions for the next corporate failure; why diverse boards...
30 September 2019
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Avoiding Unforced Errors in the Boardroom – Part 2

Avoiding Unforced Errors in the Boardroom – Part 2

Last month I began to explore the idea of unforced errors – how they can lose sports matches and games and cause major losses in business. An unforced error is when you weren’t forced into making a mistake, you did it all on your own, without any help from your opposition.   When Novak Djok...
30 August 2019
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Avoiding Unforced Errors in the Boardroom

Avoiding Unforced Errors in the Boardroom

We’ve enjoyed a fantastic season of sport over the past few months: an exciting end to football’s Premiership season; the success of our domestic teams in Europe; England’s Lionesses reaching the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup; a brilliant Wimbledon tournament; the Cricket World Cup; t...
25 July 2019
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The tgf Governance Code – Part 3

This month’s blog is the final in a 3 part series looking at the Principles of the tgf Code. The previous 2 blogs covered the first 8 Principles which are from the Resources and Competency Compliance Driversof the tgf Governance Methodology. Parts 1 and 2 can be viewed here:https://www.karlgeorge....
28 June 2019
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The tgf Governance Code – Part 2

Last month I outlined the first 4 Principles of the tgf Governance Code which are the Code components of the Resources section of our tried and tested tgf governance methodology. If you haven’t had the chance to read last month’s blog, you can read more about the first 4 Principles here: https:/...
31 May 2019
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