Governance framework development
The governance framework is the cornerstone of an organisation’s long-term performance and success. It is responsible for the methodology behind crafting principles, rules, leadership strategies and management culture.
Getting your governance framework right leads to sustained growth, enhanced performance, empowered and motivated employees and the efficient use of resources (both human and financial). Our approach to any governance framework is to see what’s right for your organisation, good governance practices, procedures and processes are relevant to all organisations but its important that your framework is designed to align with your business, that it is fit for purpose and a framework that once embedded will be fully integrated throughout your organisations decision making processes. We therefore tailor your review to suit your organisations individual needs.
As part of our review, we will assess what governance related documentation you have in place and what suggested steps could be taken to enhance the key constituent parts. We can also support you if you are starting out on your journey to develop your framework, and as part of our review we can help you develop and design your governance schematic and framework, along with devising tailored content so that you can develop your governance handbook to articulate how governance processes and procedures work within your organisation.
As part of our review process, we remain available to you for a period of up to 12 months to support with the implementation of any outcomes arising from the review and development of your framework.
On Saturday 27th May 2023 Luton Town Football Club defeated Coventry City 6-5 on penalties to win the Sky Bet Championship play-off final to reach the promised land of the Premier League. But just how did a club on the brink of liquidation in 2008 and operating on a limited budget manage to turn their fortunes around and win the fixture frequently dubbed the “richest game in football”?
An agreement, governing the behaviour of individuals and organisations. In our view the governance framework is the Board’s social contract with its stakeholders and is an articulation of accountability, purpose, culture and operational effectiveness.