This course is in English.
High quality governance is essential for all types of business organisation, whether in the For Profit, Not for Profit or Public Sectors. Just as poor governance practices contribute to the failure of SMEs, so poor governance has been the cause of reputational and other damage suffered by larger organisations and their stakeholders. Hard and anecdotal evidence testifies to the need for directors to be developed. Directors sit at the apex of the decision-making process in their organisation; with ultimate accountability to shareholders and/or stakeholders for their organisation’s assets, (including employees), the culture and values of their organisation, oversight of delivery of the organisation’s purpose and business, relations with supply chain partners and the organisation’s reputation. Direction of a company or other type of organisation is a skill and just trying to “learn on the job” is insufficient in the modern age. Serving and would-be directors need to learn about and be developed across a range of relevant topics to equip them to be more effective in their role so to enable change and offer their business a competitive advantage, viability and profitability.
The course is addressed to:
Group work reviewing case studies with groups actively participating in resolving key issues and reporting back
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For Companies and Unemployed Individuals, the prices shown below are after the deduction of the HRDA subsidy.
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