Effective Governance Design: Clarifying Board, Leadership, and Management Roles and Responsibilities – Recorded Webinar

Health Care

June 06, 2012

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This webinar was recorded June 6, 2012.
Governance is not easy to design because it is a somewhat inexact activity—part theory, science, and art, which leaves much room for interpretation in executing the roles of the board, leadership, and management.  Oftentimes failed performance expectations occur because of poor governance design or a breakdown in structure, intent, process and/or communications, resulting in confusion over who—board or management—makes what decisions that must then be implemented. In this webinar, learn the differences among the board, leadership, and management functions from three distinct perspectives:  roles and responsibilities, culture, as well as a process to improve how effectively these three groups work together.
The learning objectives for this webinar include:
  • Developing a clear understanding of the differences in board, leadership, and management roles and responsibilities.
  • Learning how to work together effectively in areas of overlap and optimizing each stakeholder’s strengths to create synergies.
  • Understanding group culture (how things are done) as well as formal and informal decision-making processes.

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Length: 48 pages (PDF 778 kB,WMV 20559 kB)

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