Good governance has always been key in all sectors. In the corporate world, events such as Enron are still seen as bywords for the consequence of cracks in the model. But nowhere is governance more important than in the charity sector. Those with ultimate responsibility in not for profit organisations are giving their time voluntarily, but this does not absolve them from blame if things go wrong. Therefore the systems and structures within which they operate have to be especially clear and robust. Charity Governance 2020 is about being as effective as possible.
Raising from average to good, to outstanding, raising the standards of delivery and outcomes.
This guide highlights common problems and suggests practical solutions for charities alongside advocating that good governance is not set in stone once reviewed, and improved, but is a fluid process, that evolves within a robust structure.