Corporate Governance and Board Effectiveness – Kuala Lumpur

In Good Governance by Amanda Anderson

Duration: 1 week
Location: Kuala Lumpur
Dates: 7 to 11 October 2019
Tuition fees: £2,300 (exc. VAT)

About the workshop
Corporate governance is rapidly gaining the profile and prominence it deserves.  Corporate governance is about how an organisation acts, agrees its strategic framework (vision, mission and values) and ensures that it meets its objectives.  Effective decision making and performance management are key elements of corporate governance and form a substantial part of this workshop.  Boards give powerful examples of the way organisations respond to outside influences and internal challenges and the structures, processes and behaviours underpinning this are critical.  The role of independent board members is crucial in this.  High standards of corporate governance and effective Board leadership and high standards of probity are vital to good corporate governance.  The workshop is aimed at people operating at or around Board level.  It is highly interactive and will feature an appropriate visit and case studies looking at good and bad examples of Boards in practice.


What the workshop will cover
You will be able to explore:

  • The critical elements of corporate governance
  • The decision-making structures supporting corporate governance
  • The processes and support mechanisms underpinning corporate governance
  • The necessary behaviours and organisational culture
  • The role of the Board and Board effectiveness
  • Non-executive Board members – advice and challenge
  • Overview and scrutiny
  • Risk and performance
  • Examples of corporate governance failures where the Board should have acted …. and what should have happened.


How participants will benefit
During the week you will:

  • Appreciate the contribution of good corporate governance
  • Understand the role and function of a Board
  • Contribute to Board effectiveness through teamwork
  • Recognise the importance of vision and mission and values
  • Appreciate the need for leadership
  • Understand the role of Non-Executive Directors
  • Appreciate how decisions should be made
  • Recognise the importance of improved risk and performance management
  • Contribute to improved and overall accountability and openness.