What focusing on outcomes should mean for good governance

In her latest article, Caroline Oliver, international Policy Governance expert, explores the idea that organisations should be focused on “what really matters” i.e. the outcomes that define organisational success. The problem, she says, is that there is no shortage of possible outcomes that any given organisation can pursue. How does your organisation – in particular your board – decide which are the right outcomes?

Read Caroline’s article here.

One Response to What focusing on outcomes should mean for good governance

  1. Paul Johnson says:

    As ever Ms Oliver expresses quite complex concepts with a clarity without “dumbing down”. Thank you.

    I will take your article along (and re-read the “ends” chapter in JC’s (and CO’s own)PG books) to the ACCA’s “Long term Governance – is reform still needed?” event later this month.

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