Governance Library

How do you build a governance culture? What is the role of audit committees? Access this comprehensive governance library of high-quality governance resources to help you become an effective director. 

View a selection of most requested topics from our Governance Library.


Latest Resources

Crown corporations: a field guide

Crown corporations: a field guide

13/06/2018
Hansell, Carol

To better support crown corporation directors in improving the effectiveness of their boards, we have developed a quantitative and qualitative database which examines in-depth the boards, committees, and general governance practices of over one hundred of Canada’s largest crown corporations.

The role of the board in creating a safe workplace

The role of the board in creating a safe workplace

16/05/2018
MacDonald, E. Grant Wilson, Heather

Not-for-profit organizations are not immune to unwanted and unwelcome public attention.  Scandals, and there have been some high profile ones, can threaten the reputation and fundraising potential of both large and small NFPs and those scandals can take on a particularly ugly character.

#It's time: a 5-step sexual harassment risk mitigation strategy for employers

#It's time: a 5-step sexual harassment risk mitigation strategy for employers

29/03/2018
Procter, Bradley; Roebothan, Katie

Driven by the #metoo and #timesup movements, workplace sexual harassment is front and center in employers’ – and employees’ – minds.

Secret whispers

Secret whispers

27/03/2018
Kucharsky, Danny

The sexual-harassment scandals that made waves in the United States and triggered the #MeToo movement last year has brought about the downfall of actors, movie producers, politicians and celebrity chefs alike.

Crown corporations and Manitoba Hydro:  who speaks for the public?

Crown corporations and Manitoba Hydro: who speaks for the public?

23/03/2018
McLaughlin, David

This week’s mass resignation of the board of Manitoba Hydro is unprecedented but not calamitous. Despite its unusual nature, it actually comes down to a simple question of Crown corporation governance: Who speaks for the public?

Displaying results 1-5 (of 1130)
 |<  < 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10  >  >| 
Share