Audit & Risk Committees - Key Issues
Thursday the 5th of December 2019, 08:00-10:30
Our annual closing event on Audit & Risk Committees and key issues and themes relevant to their work and effectiveness.
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Thursday the 5th of December 2019, 08:00-10:30
Our annual closing event on Audit & Risk Committees and key issues and themes relevant to their work and effectiveness.
Thursday the 7th of November 2019, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Deirdre Hannigan (AIB), Andrew Brownlee (SOLAS) and George Burke (Department of the Taoiseach)
Our annual look at topical risk issues for Boards, Committees and organisations, with a particular focus this year on Risk Appetite.
Thursday the 10th of October 2019, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Eilísh Hardiman (CEO, Children's Health Ireland), Maria Gannon/Johanna Bradley (Mazars) and Siobhán Bradley (IPA)
Morning event on the topical theme of culture and governance.
Thursday the 3rd of October 2019, 09:45-14:00
Speaker(s): Stanislav Shekshnia (INSEAD)
The second Chairpersons' Network event of 2019. The workshop (11.00am to 2pm) will be preceded by a session with StateBoards.ie on the stateboards service.
Thursday the 19th of September 2019, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Ronnie Downes (DPER), Deirdre Behan (Arts Council) and Cormac O'Rourke (TII)
Our next Forum morning event will explore the area of strategy, planning and performance reporting.
Wednesday the 11th of September 2019, 12:30-14:30
Speaker(s): Brid Horan (highly experienced Board Chair, Board Member and Senior Executive) and Niamh Duddy (Company Secretary and Head of Company Secretarial at Investec Ireland)
The second Board Secretary Network event of 2019.
Thursday the 4th of July 2019, 09:30-12:30
Speaker(s): Majella Malone, Dr Nicolas Marcoux
This will be half-day briefing for Board members and Executives on finance and financial reporting in public and non-profit entities.
Thursday the 21st of February 2019, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Dr Graham Love; Ginny Hanrahan; Ariane Allex
This Forum event will explore the area of Department-Agency relations, and will look at key issues including impacts of Oversight Agreements and Performance Delivery Agreements on Department-Agency relations, key sources of assurance from a Departmental perspective, what makes for a ‘good’ relationship between Agency and Department and vice-versa, and can state agency autonomy be increased without reducing accountability?
Thursday the 7th of February 2019, 12:30-14:30
Speaker(s): Cliona Curley, Kate Brennan
The inaugural Board Secretary Network event of 2019 will afford an opportunity to reflect on key issues and challenges for Board Secretaries in 2019.
Thursday the 31st of January 2019, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Professor Alan Ahearne, Terry Landers, Dr Richard Boyle
At the outset of each year, we look ahead to some of the key challenges, risks and opportunities facing public and state bodies and public benefit entities over the coming 12 months and beyond. The event will address Brexit and the economy, GDPR and wider data and information governance, and Irish public sector trends.
Thursday the 8th of November 2018, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Linda Hickey; Glenn Calverley; Aidan Horan
The penultimate Governance Forum event for 2018 will take place on the morning of 8 November 2018 (8.00am – 10.30am) on the topic of Risk Management – Embedding, Opportunity and Appetite. . The Forum will hear from an experienced panel of speakers on current thinking and practice in this area and will consider questions such as: What are the key factors in successfully embedding effective risk management within an organisation? What kind of assurance should a Board and Audit & Risk Committee seek in respect of risk management practices? How should an organisation go about setting its risk appetite? How do we develop a meaningful ‘Opportunity Register’? What role can the Board and Audit & Risk Committee play in promoting good practice?
Thursday the 11th of October 2018, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Catherine Heaney; Jacob Eisenberg; Níall Fitzgerald
Corporate culture has always played an important role in the success or otherwise of private, public and not-for-profit entities, but its importance has not traditionally been acknowledged in governance codes. This is changing. How does a Board or a senior team ensure that culture and strategy/values are aligned, or ‘assess and monitor culture’? How are values effectively promulgated? These are questions amongst others, which this Forum event will explore with an experienced panel.
Thursday the 20th of September 2018, 08:00-09:30
Speaker(s): Merron Simpson, Angelo McNeiv
If the Board or senior team (depending on the type of body) is to play a key role in the direction of the organisation, it will need to have a clear and well-developed strategy in place and effective performance reporting against the delivery of that strategy. Yet, this is not always the case. A frequent theme in Board effectiveness reviews, for example, is reduced levels of satisfaction in terms of the time and attention given to strategy and/or being unable to decipher if the organisation is performing well, due possibly to either a somewhat ambiguous implementation plan or insufficient reporting. This begs the question as to what is a ‘good strategy’; but also, how can we best monitor implementation, and, generally, how do we get Boards/senior teams to a satisfactory place in terms of influencing and effectively monitoring strategy and performance This special Forum event seeks to provide some thought-provoking insights on strategy in a public and state sector context, and will depart somewhat from other Forum events, with a special guest presentation and some panel response and reactions. If you're interested in this event, please contact Jane Greer at email@example.com
Thursday the 6th of September 2018, 12:30-14:30
Speaker(s): Sarah McLaughlin, Liam O’Riordan
This is the annual Round Table lunch for Board Secretaries. Areas for active discussion will be the Secretary’s role in supporting Board performance, including achieving the right balance between performance and conformance agenda items, Board and Committee effectiveness reviews, good quality information flows and building effective relationships with key stakeholders such as the Chairperson, Board, CEO and Executive. The speakers leading the discussion will take into account recent developments in terms of Codes and guidance. You would be very welcome to suggest other issues to include in the discussion. For more information or to book this event, please contact Jane Greer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday the 5th of July 2018, 09:30-12:30
Speaker(s): Noreen Fahy, Majella Malone
The next Governance Forum event is a half day training work shop on Thursday, 5 July 2018 here at the IPA. It is designed to assist board members and other senior executives to understand the key concepts and issues which arise in the review of the financial reports and systems in a public interest body. This workshop will combine an overview of key financial concepts and discuss how a board member/executive who is not necessarily expert in finance or accounting can play an effective role in the oversight and discussion of financial reports and procedures.
Thursday the 24th of May 2018, 09:30-16:30
This one-day event will provide an overview of the roles and responsibilities of members of the boards of state, public and not-for-profit bodies. It will provide a briefing on the responsibilities of directors, issues which are of particular relevance to board members of state, public and not-for-profit bodies, and key characteristics of board effectiveness. The workshop will include presentations from individuals with extensive experience of boards and committees operating with public interest mandates. The workshop will be of value to new board members, to members who would like to receive an up-to-date briefing and to others who work closely with Boards. It will take account of the most recent Governance Codes, including the Code of Practice for the Governance of State Bodies (2016). Participants will have the opportunity to raise issues of particular interest.
Thursday the 3rd of May 2018, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Frances McCandless; Fred Mc Bride; Jacquie Horan
Against a backdrop of severe reputational damage linked to recent high-profile governance failures, the charity sector is doing much to repair its standing with both the communities it serves and with the donors that provide its funding. This briefing will explore the current governance and ethical challenges for the non-profit sector and consider the relationship with the public sector as a regulator and as a source of funds. The event will include the perspectives of a regulator, a large charitable organisation, and a donor/funder.
Friday the 27th of April 2018, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Dr. Fergal Lynch, Joan Martin, John Treacy
Central Government departments cannot themselves deliver all public services. As such, they are significantly dependent upon arms-length bodies and agencies to deliver a range of functions and services on their behalf. Just as such bodies bring many benefits for departments, including specialised focus, delivery and ‘close to the ground’ stakeholder engagement, they equally bring challenges in terms of ensuring strategic alignment, performance and compliance monitoring and democratic accountability. This Forum event will bring together three senior, expert speakers to discuss the approaches, issues and challenges in respect of relationships between Departments and arms-length bodies.
Friday the 23rd of March 2018, 09:00-13:00
Speaker(s): Aidan Horan, Noreen Fahy, Niamh Larkin, Brian Roberts, Philip Byrne, Seán Fleming, Ross Boreland,
The event takes place in the context of increasing discussion and emphasis on the quality and effectiveness of assurance and accountability processes and systems within organisations and the role of external oversight of these systems. It will consider whether public accountability rely on assurances and what the implications are of this reliance, how we can ensure the effectiveness of assurance systems and how is the role of the auditor evolving in the context of the changing operating environment for organisations, increasing stakeholder expectations and evolving governance requirements.
Thursday the 22nd of February 2018, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Julie O'Neil, Tom Ward, Ariane Allex, Neil O'Brien
The purpose of this February Forum session is to reflect on this good governance requirement and explore methods, processes, areas of focus and new thinking around reviews. One of the key good practices of any board or governing body is to review its own effectiveness on a periodic basis, affording members an opportunity to reflect on what is done well and where improvements can be made. In this regard, the board effectiveness review is an assessment of the board’s ‘fitness’.
Thursday the 7th of December 2017, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Vincent Lynch, Tom Brett, Noreen Fahy
Audit Committees play a critically important role in the effective governance of public and not-for-profit bodies, supporting the Board in seeking and receiving assurance that the organisation is being well run and that a robust governance framework is in place and adhered to. This briefing will seek to tease out the key features of an effective Audit/Audit & Risk Committee.
Friday the 10th of November 2017, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Elaine O’Donoghue; Kathleen Lombard; Aidan Horan
Effective risk management is an integral feature of the good governance of any organisation, be it public, private or not-for-profit. This being so, risk management can sometimes be process-driven and seen as something ‘that has to be done’; its true value is not appreciated. Embedding effective risk management into a Board’s and organisation’s modus operandi requires strong leadership and a culture which emphasises critical thinking and risk awareness. Those charged with leadership must set the tone, and that tone must start at the top. This briefing will discuss the practical implications of effective risk management for the Board and senior management teams of organisations.
Tuesday the 31st of October 2017, 09:30-16:30
Speaker(s): Aidan Horan, Kate O'Donnell, Tom Ward
This one-day event will provide an overview of the roles and responsibilities of members of the boards of state, public and not for profit bodies. It will provide a briefing on the responsibilities of directors, issues which are of particular relevance to board members of state, public and not for profit bodies, and key characteristics of board effectiveness.The workshop will include presentations from individuals with extensive experience of boards and committees operating with public interest mandates. The workshop will be of value to new board members, to members who would like to receive an up to date briefing and to others who work closely with Boards. It will take account of the most recent Governance Codes, including the Code of Practice for the Governance of State Bodies (2016). Participants will have the opportunity to raise issues of particular interest.
Thursday the 12th of October 2017, 09:30-12:30
Speaker(s): Lesley Ann Nash, Gary Hynds, Breda Rafter
One of the most notable aspects of the new Code of Practice for the Governance of State Bodies (2016) is the provision for Periodic Critical Reviews of non-commercial state bodies. Such reviews are to occur “no later than every 5 years… to ensure that the ongoing business case for State bodies, including those newly established, will be subject to periodic scrutiny and assessment”. This assessment is to, inter alia, “scrutinise objectively the case for rationalisation and consolidation of public bodies in light of changing requirements, demands and priorities”. Each review is to be overseen by a Working Group comprised of officials from the parent Department, the State body and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. The guiding principles underpinning the reviews are outlined in the Code and mirror those of DPER’s rationalisation programme during the recent economic crisis. Naturally, the critical review provision is of keen interest to all Boards, senior executives and staff of non-commercial state bodies.
Thursday the 15th of June 2017, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Fran McNulty
Breakfast Event Ensuring that leaders and organisations effectively communicate their message to their stakeholders, customers and wider public and also manage reputational risk that can impact on their image, brand and profile, are key priorities. This special event will focus on the essential features of good communication, the evolving role of public relations, the increasing prominence and impact of technology and key lessons for effective media management and more… The lead presenter is Fran McNulty, a well-known journalist with RTÉ. A presenter with Morning Ireland and Prime Time, he has covered some of the biggest global and domestic stories of the last decade. His work has also included scrutiny of public spending, abuses in various industries and other significant issues in the agricultural and food production. Prior to joining RTE, Fran worked in local and regional newspapers and radio. His is uniquely positioned to share lessons learnt based on his long and varied experiences There will also be an expert panel of PR and communication practitioners who will contribute their own insights and perspectives on the range of relevant topic areas Further details and booking form are attached. Members of the Governance Forum may nominate up to two participants to the event without charge. If you are sending nominations, and have not already notified us, we would be grateful to receive your booking at your earliest convenience.
Thursday the 4th of May 2017, 09:00-11:30
Speaker(s): Robert Watt; Paul Turpin; Margaret Cullen; Donal de Buitleir; Aidan Horan
Effective State Boards: Leadership And Stakeholder Management – known and unknowns. The next Governance Forum briefing will discuss the accountability of State Boards and factors that support board effectiveness. It will also look to identify areas to address in future research. There will be two presentations and a panel discussion involving • Robert Watt, Secretary General of DPER • Paul Turpin, Governance Specialist, IPA • Margaret Cullen, Corporate Governance Specialist • Donal de Buitleir, Director Publicpolicy.ie • Aidan Horan, Director with responsibility for IPA Governance Services, will chair the event,
Thursday the 16th of March 2017, 08:45-12:45
Speaker(s): Sarah Keane, Blanaid Clarke, Joe O’Toole, Mark Griffin, Andy Burns, Tom Coughlan
The Governance Forum conference on the morning of 16 March will discuss issues around implementation of good governance in organisations based on the experience and insights gained by expert speakers from different sectors. The event will be held in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Public Finance & Accountancy. The event will discuss challenges in the implementation of good governance practices despite general acceptance of their desirability. The panel will include; Sarah Keane, President of OCI, Blanaid Clarke, Trinity College Professor and Member of the Commission of the Central Bank of Ireland, Joe O’Toole, Former member of the Senate, Mark Griffin, Secretary General of the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Andy Burns, Vice President of CIPFA and Director of Finance and Resources for Staffordshire County Council and Tom Coughlan, Former CEO of Clare County Council and Chairman of the Advisory Group established to recommend on the development of corporate governance in the local government sector
Thursday the 23rd of February 2017, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Stephanie Manahan; Nicolas Marcoux; Senan Turnbull
The briefing will discuss governance challenges around this relationship. The presentations will provide an overview of the challenges for charities and non-profits, examples of what happens with a crisis in governance and ways to build trust. It will consider how the public sector can receive assurance of good governance in a proportionate and effective manner. There will be presentations from three expert speakers: Stephanie Manahan, CEO of the Central Remedial Clinic, Nicolas Marcoux, IPA Specialist who has researched the non-profit sector and Senan Turnbull, Board director and Member of the Charities Regulatory Authority. Full details are in the attached brochure and booking form.
Thursday the 26th of January 2017, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Tony Foley, Richard Boyle, Fintan Swanton
This event will look key governance issues and challenges for the coming year. In 2017, State bodies and the public sector will face new economic opportunities and risks, new trends, and new and enhanced compliance obligations. These will test the quality of governance in many organisations. The key contributors who will provide their unique perspectives and insights will include • Tony Foley, Senior Lecturer in Economics in Dublin City University • Richard Boyle, Head of Research, Publishing and Corporate Relations, Institute of Public Administration (IPA) • Fintan Swanton, Data Protection Expert and Associate Specialist, IPA
Friday the 9th of December 2016, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Noreen Fahy and Michael Flynn; Carol Bolger and Bill Cunningham
There will be two presentations on current issues for audit committees and internal audit and a discussion led by a panel of persons with extensive experience of audit committees, including of particular topics which arise in the public sector. Issues to be addressed will include: • Scope of the audit committee • Incorporating risk oversight • Complying with Codes of Practice and standards • What should be expected from Internal Audit The presentations will be by Noreen Fahy and Michael Flynn. They will be joined in the panel discussion by Carol Bolger and Bill Cunningham. Further details are in the attached brochure
Thursday the 10th of November 2016, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Mike Quinn; John Moody; Aidan Horan
For risk management to add real value and to be successfully integrated into an organisation there is a need for strong leadership and a culture which emphasises the key underlying principles. Those charged with the leadership of the organisation must set the tone, provide clarity around the appetite for risk, approve the risk framework and monitor its effectiveness. This briefing will discuss practical implications of discharging these responsibilities.
Thursday the 29th of September 2016, 12:45-14:00
Speaker(s): Aidan Horan; John Burns; Others
There are high expectations around the role of Board secretary. There is increased recognition of the importance of the role in the newly published edition of the Code of Practice for the Governance of State Bodies. This round table will discuss issues faced by the Board Secretary or equivalent roles in the current context. How broad is the remit of the Board Secretary? What are the features of effective relationships with the Chairperson, the CEO and others?The discussion will be facilitated by a panel of experienced practitioners including Aidan Horan, Director of Governance services at IPA, John Burns, ICSA Council Member and others.
Friday the 16th of September 2016, 08:00-10:45
Speaker(s): Maurice Quinn; Mark Mellett; Donal O’Cualáin
State Bodies and Government Departments are required to prepare and to be accountable for the effective implementation of strategies which deliver in the public interest. This requires a clear statement of purpose and mission. It requires, also, an understanding of the requirements of successful implementation and what this means for those responsible for providing leadership to the organisation. This briefing will provide an opportunity to hear of the approaches to strategy at the Defence Organisation and An Garda Síochána. The briefing will be of particular value to those charged with providing leadership and assessing the feasibility of strategic choices in an organisation with a public benefit role.
Wednesday the 17th of August 2016, 11:00-12:00
Speaker(s): Paschal Donohoe; Paul Turpin
The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe will formally launch the new Code of Practice for the Governance of State Bodies at the IPA on Wednesday, 17th of August 2016. The Code contains significant updates and revisions from the last Code published in 2009 to reflect evolving governance developments since then. Copies of the new Code will available for attendees. The event will include an address by the Minster and an open discussion of issues around the governance of state and public bodies and agencies.
Tuesday the 5th of July 2016, 09:30-12:30
Speaker(s): Noreen Fahy, Paul Turpin
This half day workshop is designed to assist board members and other senior executives to understand the key concepts and issues which arise in the review of the financial reports and systems in a public interest body. This workshop will combine an overview of key financial concepts and discuss how the person who is not necessarily expert in finance or accounting can play an effective role in the oversight and discussion of financial procedures. The event is designed to be relevant for Board members and others in Governance leadership positions. Governance Forum members may nominate up to three attendees without charge. Further details and a booking form for the event are attached. Communications in a Rapidly Changing Environment – 16 June, Breakfast briefing This briefing (8.00am- 10.30am) will look at what are the key issues that Board members and others charged with the governance of organisations should consider in the assessment of communications polices and processes.
Thursday the 16th of June 2016, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): David Gunning; Rosemary Steen; Professor Kevin Rafter
This briefing will look at what are the key issues that Board members and others charged with the governance of organisations should consider in the assessment of communications polices and processes. How should State bodies and other public benefit organisations react to a world where speed and expectations around communications are rising dramatically and digital technologies are disrupting established patterns? There will be presentations from • David Gunning of KingramRed, and former CEO of Coillte • Rosemary Steen, Director of External Affairs, Eirgrid • Professor Kevin Rafter of DCU and chairperson on the Independent panel on civil service reform. <br> Booking details are in the attached brochure and booking form. Members of the Governance Forum may nominate up to three participants to the event without charge. If you are sending nominations, and have not already notified us, we would be grateful to receive your booking at your earliest convenience.
Thursday the 2nd of June 2016, 09:30-16:30
This additional event has been added to the programme as a similar event on 28 April is now fully subscribed. This one day Workshop will provide an overview of the roles and responsibilities of members of the boards of State, public and not for profit bodies. The issues covered will include • The responsibilities of Board members individually and collectively • Compliance with Corporate Governance guidelines • Governance issues associated with the receipt of public funds • Features of effective boards The workshop will be of value to new board members, to members who would like to receive an up to date briefing and to others who work closely with Boards. The workshop will be led by Aidan Horan and Paul Turpin from the IPA. A more detailed description is attached together with a booking form for the event. Members of the Governance Forum can nominate up to three participants without charge.
Friday the 20th of May 2016, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Dr. Margaret Cullen; Éilish Finan; Dr. Brian Cawley; Paul Turpin
There are compliance and performance reasons for carrying out Board reviews. The outcome of Board evaluations should include the identification of steps to enhance effectiveness and to provide assurance to stakeholders that the board takes accountability for its own performance. The results can include the identification of improvements in the way the board members interact, providing recommendations on member induction, training and development opportunities and as an aide to the attributes which should be sought from future Board nominees.
Thursday the 28th of April 2016, 09:30-16:30
-Unfortunately, this event is now fully booked, however, a similar workshop is scheduled for the 2nd of June. If interested, please have a look in the Events section- This special one day Workshop will provide an overview of the roles and responsibilities of members of the boards of State, public and not for profit bodies. The issues covered will include: The responsibilities of Board members individually and collectively , Compliance with Corporate Governance guidelines, Governance issues associated with the receipt of public funds, Features of effective boards. The workshop will be of value to new board members, to members who would like to receive an up to date briefing and to others who work closely with Boards.
Tuesday the 8th of March 2016, 08:45-12:45
Speaker(s): Jim Breslin, Department of Health; John Matheson, President of CIPFA; Marian O’Sullivan, IPA; Anthony Staines, DCU, Colette Cowan, UL Hospitals Group
The Forum conference will be held in association with the accountancy body CIPFA. Presentations will address corporate governance challenges in the Health Sector. The speakers will include key note addresses from Jim Breslin, Secretary General of the Department of Health and John Matheson, President of CIPFA and former Head of Finance in the Scottish Health Service. There will be presentations from others who have experience of clinical work, board membership and management at health services organisations. As always, the Forum will encourage an open and constructive discussion among participants.
Thursday the 25th of February 2016, 08:00-10:30
Speaker(s): Deirdre Garvey, CEO of The Wheel ; Michael Gaffey, Director General of Irish Aid ; Mo Flynn, CEO of Rehab
The next Forum briefing will discuss the relationship between funding organisations and recipients. This briefing will look at the balance of the benefits and burden of compliance in ensuring appropriate levels of organisational governance. It will look at the issues with particular reference to public sector and other funding of non-profit organisations. There will be presentations from three expert speakers: - Deirdre Garvey, CEO of The Wheel; - Michael Gaffey, Director General of Irish Aid; - Mo Flynn, CEO of Rehab
Friday the 29th of January 2016, 08:00
Speaker(s): Derek Moran, Richard Boyle, Bob Semple
The briefing will discuss key trends which will influence the operating environment and governance of public service and state bodies in 2016 and beyond. Will compliance be a box ticking exercise or truly aligned with values in organisations? The briefing will include presentations from Derek Moran, Secretary General, Department of Finance, Richard Boyle, author of ‘Public Sector Trends’ and corporate governance expert Bob Semple. Full details are in the brochure and booking form. Members of the Governance Forum may nominate up to three participants to each event without charge.
Thursday the 12th of November 2015
How does risk management play a key role in setting priorities and objectives? How does the Board engage with the process? What are the principal risks and uncertainties within state and public interest bodies?
Thursday the 15th of October 2015
A discussion of features of effective regulation - What does the regulator need? How is the interaction between the regulator and the regulated improved?
Thursday the 17th of September 2015
Why is there an implementation gap in many strategies? How should a strategy be written? How flexible should a strategy be?
Thursday the 9th of July 2015
This is a special half day event which will provide an overview of financial reporting developments, public sector reporting standards, accounting policies and compliance issues for Board members who must review and approve financial reports and governance and compliance statements.
Thursday the 18th of June 2015
Digital media has increased communication opportunities. It brings, also, significant reputation risks which must be managed in new ways.
Thursday the 14th of May 2015
What is the best way to carry out a board review? How can a board address requirements for particular skills and experience? What are the typical areas where improvements are highlighted and what lessons can be applied?
Thursday the 16th of April 2015
This will be a full day event of particular value to new State board members. It will include a review of State Body governance expectations and personal obligations of board members
Friday the 27th of March 2015
This half day conference will discuss what is entailed in setting and sustaining the right culture, values and tone at the top and the challenges for those with governance responsibilities to ensure effective decision making and high performance.
Friday the 27th of February 2015
What are the assurance arrangements necessary to meet the governance obligations and requirements and to meet the expectations of stakeholders, funding providers and the public?
Friday the 30th of January 2015
An influential panel will present their perspective on key themes for 2015.