What can the long, drawn-out case of Edward Snowden and the National Security Agency teach us about governance? In this episode, Bridget and Cameron are joined by the Chief Executive Officer of Hobart based disability service Nexus Inc and seasoned board member, Mark Jessop, to interrogate conduct and compliance through a not-for-profit lens.
As outlined in Principle 1 of the AICD Not-for-profit Governance Principles, an organisations purpose must be clear and there must be a strategy that sets out how that purpose will be achieved. In this episode, Bridget and Cameron are joined by the General Manager of Tasmanian Leaders and experienced board member, Angela Driver, to unpack what went wrong with Kodak and discuss how purpose and strategy could have saved the photography behemoth.
Good culture, as outlined in Principle 10 of the AICD Not-for-profit Governance Principles, can get an organisation a very long way. In this episode, Bridget and Cameron look at the American multinational ride-hailing company Uber and what can go wrong when a board fails to value it’s culture with the help of Heather Chong.
One of the most fundamental principles of governance is the composition of your board. In this episode, Bridget and Cameron dig into Principle 3 of the AICD Not-for-profit Governance Principles with the help of Rick Marton.
In episode two of the Take Me To Your Board podcast, Bridget and Cameron delve into arguably one of the most important of the AICD Not-for-profit Governance Principles — Principle 7: Transparency and Accountability with the help of TasCOSS Board President Alex McKenzie.
In the debut episode of the Take Me To Your Board (TMTYB) podcast your hosts Bridget Delaney and Cameron Allen explore the best options for not-for-profit organisations dealing with the current crisis. They are joined by Principal Consultant at Marketing Solutions, Georgie Ibbott, who also serves as Chair of the Volunteering Tasmania Board.