Is your board taking all the steps necessary to ensure you have the right mix of skills and qualities?
What are other boards doing to maximise their effectiveness?
Grant Thornton’s report, The Board – Creating and Protecting Value looks at the approaches organisations are taking to ensure their boar..
Grant Thornton’s recent report, The Board – Creating and Protecting Value asks this question.
Here we look at what information directors and non-execs should be provided with – and how this compares to what they actually get.
Of course, there’s no such thing – it depends on the organisation, the characteristics of their fellow directors and a myriad of other factors.
VirtualBoardroom recently unveiled a new, fresh look and upgraded functionality.
The improvements – the results of two years’ development – will deliver significant benefits to users.
Here we look again at the changes your role is experiencing, and identify some of the tools, solutions and services that can help you
You may have heard the terms ‘situational intelligence’ and its close relative, ‘emotional intelligence’.
But what do they mean? And why are they relevant to the company secretary role?
Cutting through the detail of your business to give your directors an incisive insight into current performance, strategy and challenges.
If you are a company secretary, you’ll be only too aware that the scope of your role is changing – and has already changed significantly over recent years.
In recent years, many firms have discovered an alternative approach to the delivery of board packs. Rather than use printed papers, many boards have moved to an online approach, using portals that deliver board papers via apps or pdfs.
You need to get the most out of your Board meetings. They probably happen once a month or less – so getting decisions on essential business considerations is vital. And because they take up a lot of senior time, they need to be run efficiently.
The role of company secretary is central to an organisation’s governance. It is needed within all types of companies – private and public limited companies, the public sector and the not-for-profit sector.
If you are interested in a job where you provide advice and support at the highest levels of y..
If you want to design a solution that produces online board papers efficiently and cost-effectively – with professional end results – who should you ask for advice?
For us the answer was obvious – the user.
If you are responsible for the smooth running of your Board and its meetings – this blog is for you.