Good Governance: developing effective board-management relations in public and voluntary organizationsReport as inadecuate

Author: C. J. Cornforth and C. Edwards



The research suggests that boards do make a number of important contributions to the organisations they serve.
The nature of these contributions caries and is influenced by a variety of factors: for example the way the organisation is regulated; the history and culture of the organisation; the way board members are chosen; board member's skills and experience; the relationship with senior managers; and the way the governance function is managed ...

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