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Good Governance Is a Choice - A Way to Re-Create Your Board_the Right Way

English · Hardback

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Informationen zum Autor Randy Quinn and Linda J. Dawson co-founded the Aspen Group International in 1993 following careers that combine to total over 65 years of service to education and other non-profit boards. They have since consulted with boards in most of the 50 states and others on three continents, including the countries of Morocco, Singapore, Korea, Borneo, Canada and Mexico. Their careers of work with governing boards have provided the basis for this insightful and provocative challenge to traditional governance and leadership customs. Klappentext Good Governance is a Choice is a book about, and for, boards of public and non-profit organizations. Its central focus is on public school boards, but the governing model it introduces, Coherent Governance®, is applicable to any board of any type. The model offers a process for boards to control operational decisions without making them, allowing boards to spend the dominant part of their time on what matters. Inhaltsverzeichnis Chapter 1: Why Don't Boards Perform Better? Chapter 2: What Does a "High Performing Board" Look Like? Chapter 3: Governing Coherently, or Incoherently? Chapter 4: Constructing the Board's Own Governing Culture Chapter 5: The Board's Relationship With its CEO Chapter 6: Controlling Operational Decisions Without Helping the CEO Manage Chapter 7: Demanding and Achieving Results Chapter 8: The Board's Relationship With its CEO-Continued Chapter 9: Monitoring-Everything! Chapter 10: Systemic Application and Alignment Chapter 11: Governing Coherently: How Can a Board Transform Itself? Chapter 12 Appendix A Board Self Assessment Chapter 13 Appendix B Operational Expectation Monitoring Report Chapter 14 Appendix C Results Monitoring Report

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Chapter 1: Why Don't Boards Perform Better? Chapter 2: What Does a "High Performing Board" Look Like? Chapter 3: Governing Coherently, or Incoherently? Chapter 4: Constructing the Board's Own Governing Culture Chapter 5: The Board's Relationship With its CEO Chapter 6: Controlling Operational Decisions Without Helping the CEO Manage Chapter 7: Demanding and Achieving Results Chapter 8: The Board's Relationship With its CEO-Continued Chapter 9: Monitoring-Everything! Chapter 10: Systemic Application and Alignment Chapter 11: Governing Coherently: How Can a Board Transform Itself? Chapter 12 Appendix A Board Self Assessment Chapter 13 Appendix B Operational Expectation Monitoring Report Chapter 14 Appendix C Results Monitoring Report

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Authors Linda J. Dawson, Randy Quinn, Randy Dawson Quinn
Publisher Rowman and Littlefield
 
Languages English
Product format Hardback
Released 16.04.2011
 
EAN 9781610483124
ISBN 978-1-61048-312-4
No. of pages 150
Subject Humanities, art, music > Education > Education system

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