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Organizational Governance: Why Are Boards so “Hands Off” with Risk?

Strong organizational governance is a crucial component of sustainable operations, and is defined by the processes senior leadership follows when making and implementing strategic decisions. Without strong governance, it’s impossible to operationalize internal policies, decreasing efficiency, increasing the likelihood of compliance violations, and exposing the organization to unnecessary vulnerabilities. To learn more about how involved…

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What Is Good Governance, and Why Do We Care?

Governance is defined by the organizational processes used to make and implement decisions. Good governance is not necessarily making only the “correct” decisions. It’s using the best possible risk management process to inform decision-making, which has the potential to impact employees, customers, other stakeholders, and the community at large. Optimizing organizational governance is not just recommended,…