Entries tagged: governance


The corporate governance structure … did not cause the power supply to fail, but through its effect on governance an opportunity to prevent it was lost.[Read more]

Shock Headline – Olympics Movement in Governance Incident

At best, this incident cast some doubt on the integrity of the ballot. At worst, it changed the result.[Read more]

Implementation. Failed.

The opening sentence of the report: “.. does not have a good track record with information and communications technology (ICT) projects” says it all.[Read more]

And Counting

You have three years to get it right …[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 6th November 2014

What is more important in an organisation – experience or a fresh set of eyes?[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 18th September 2014

What makes a good governance advisor?[Read more]

Real Time Information – The Lost Decades

We have failed to properly position ourselves in the corporate information lifecycle as having an output where the real time currency of our product is important.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 26th June 2014

Audit, risk and governance training hasn’t changed for 50 years – yet the world has changed around it! It is time to embrace the concept of MOCCs to reach the “other 99%”![Read more]

Protecting the Past

A damning examination of India’s failure to protect its ancient monuments and antiquities.[Read more]

The IT Investments Dashboard – The United States Government Approach

Why doesn’t every company with significant information technology investments have an IT Dashboard?[Read more]