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7 Solutions for Effective Corporate Governance

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In our professional perspective, we have documented a few of the most problematic areas of difficulty in all types of organizations. Following are our most effective solutions to organizational issues.

  1. Address Mistakes at the start

The first task when setting up an organization is to create a clear vision of your goals and mission and then be able to impart these goals to your organization. This will require planning ahead to bring your supporters around to your way of thinking. Consider you strategy from all points of view and articulate this mission to your shareholders at every turn. A shareholder can be anyone who depends on the organization and who the organization depends.

  1. Choose the appropriate legal format and corporate structure

After considering the achievement you hope attain, consider the best format to accomplish this. Take advice from the experts and follow a practical plan. Never allow the circumstances to decide the next step. When choosing a format look for something functional and strategic. Decide first what needs to be accomplished and then how this will be accomplished. Never rush into a plan without fully considering what implications await. There can be a considerable learning curve involved with making things up as you go along, so sound professional advice is usually the best option. According to Barclay Simpson there is going to be big changes in this area, so best be prepared.

  1. Understand the Clarity of roles

A complex organization has many constituents, if each is unsure of their tasks and roles, the organization is slow and bogged down in process. Everyone from the ground up should be completely clear as to their roles, tasks and responsibilities. You can begin by making a list of all responsibilities within the organization and then draw of a scheme of delegation so that everyone has a reference for their responsibilities. Keep things as easy as possible considering that any new comers will need a proper induction to the system. Be sure your lists of responsibilities as well as schemes of delegation are updated and audited each year.

  1. Poor Board performance
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The members of your board may see a considerable loss of performance if they lack the proper training and skills or a full understanding of their roles as described. This can have a cumulative effect with the rest of the organization if not properly addressed. The board should be subjected to a regular audit to ensure that performance is not lost through confusion. Group training sessions and workshops can be held to remind all of their responsibilities and how they can best address them.

  1. Recruitment and succession planning

You will need responsible persons with a good level of appropriate skills in your board. Skill gaps and vacancies can add a measure of inefficiency to the proper running of a business. Be sure to stay on the lookout for quality skills and talents and plan to refresh the board at semi-regular intervals. When new recruits are found allow them to sit in on board meetings as an observer, before finalizing their induction.

  1. Ineffective meetings

Regular meetings to promote the cross cultivation of views and opinions is an important part of a functional governance. In a fast-paced world where digital communications are crucial much of the nuances of a physical interaction can be lost. Meetings should be run effectively with a clear purpose and concise agenda. The goals are to arrive to a conclusion everyone is clearly understanding. The chair plays an important role on accomplishing this goal.  

  1. Dominant founders

Watch out for those old hands that have a hard time allowing the company to grow and evolve as needed. Often a long-serving chief executive may take on too much responsibility and this can hamper the smooth functionality of the company. These issues are best averted by clearly outlining the roles and responsibilities of officers and the process of obtaining authority for decisions. Furthermore, there should be a clause in your constitution that will allow for the refreshment of specific appointments every few years or whenever it would be most convenient.

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Sara Revonia
Sara Revonia
Entrepreneur, Speaker, Author, and Mom. Sara Revonia’s articles are about business, life, and Entrepreneurship.
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