The Board Member's Playbook: Using Policy Governance to Solve Problems, Make Decisions, and Build a Stronger Board
John Wiley & Sons, Jun 28, 2004 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
The Board Member's Playbook--written for board members who are either familiar with or new to John Carver's revolutionary Policy Governance model--offers real-world scenarios that address the challenges that confront boards of all types of organizations. Step by step, the authors walk readers through a proven problem-solving sequence that allows them to find solutions consistent with the values and policies of their organizations. Designed to be flexible, the book's problem-solving methods are applicable to any challenge boards may face.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
PART 1 THE NEED FOR BOARD REHEARSAL
PART 2 REHEARSAL SCENARIOS
Other editions - View all
6E0 performance action you propose amendments or additions answering the following authority believe board already board member actions board need board or board board policy change Board—Management Delegation policies board's Ends board's Governance Process circle compliance consistent with Governance discussion and decision Ends and Executive Ends Executive Limitations Ends policies Executive Limitations policies Explain your answer following questions full board discussion further information Governance Process Policy involves a possible job products john Carver Management Delegation policies member now take N/A Board—Management Delegation N/A Executive Limitations need before deciding ofthe hoard organization organizational performance Policy Governance boards Policy Governance model Policy Type possible board policy Process and Board Process and Board—Management propose involves ready for full reasonable interpretation reasonahle interpretation reflect behavior consistent REHEARSAL WORKSHEET Rehearsal relevant Resolve this scenario responsibility scenario by answering scenario refer scenario reflect behavior scenario suggest Specify the board staff Unsure Explain Yes No Unsure