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Developing job descriptions for board members of non-profit organizations

Developing job descriptions for board members of non-profit organizations

The Muttart Foundation

This workbook is a guide to help board members develop and rewrite job descriptions that reflect the responsibilities of serving on a non-profit board.

What to ask and know before becoming a director

What to ask and know before becoming a director

Foley & Lardner LLP

Before deciding whether and which boards to join, a potential director must understand the breadth of the director’s role generally, as well as the specific role an organization will expect the individual to play on its board.

Introduction to corporate governance

Introduction to corporate governance

Larcker, David F.; Tayan, Brian

This Quick Guide provides an introduction to the central concepts of corporate governance, which are developed in greater detail throughout the Quick Guide Series. 

Governance challenges: 2015

Governance challenges: 2015

Pearl Meyer & Partners

Many positive trends have emerged in executive compensation since the financial crisis. Tangible actions are being taken by boards to improve the structure of pay programs in ways that advance business strategy and improve stakeholder engagement.

Corporate governance is changing: are you a leader or a laggard?

Corporate governance is changing: are you a leader or a laggard?

Epstein, Marc J.; Roy, Marie-Josée

Disponible en anglais seulement.
Companies need to consider board oversight of the CEO’s activities, the company safety record, and the division of responsibilities before such tragedies can occur. They should reexamine and evaluate their corporate governance practices and performance now to determine any changes that would help them fulfill their roles and responsibilities more effectively. This applies to all companies—small and large, local and global, based in North America or elsewhere. It’s about improving board performance to provide improved accountability (including governance and transparency) to improve corporate performance.

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