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Key messages, Boards have a Executive behaviours tend to There are strongly held opinions. strong future focus dominate which is not the best about the relationship between the. scenario for good governance or an board and the executive which will. organisation s future focus impact on efficiency, In trying to achieve the best results More than 88 of respondents see There is a clear focus on organisational. for an organisation by balancing their executives as being strong culture and values across all sectors. risk and opportunity there is leaders of the organisation 93 see the executive board members. potential for boards to invest more modelling the values of the organisation. energy in their governance roles, Non executives also need to live Only 75 of respondents feel Over 60 of board members. and breathe those values 82 of that the recruitment process of believe there are adequate processes. respondents agreed that the non non executives is rigorous well in place to evaluate performance. executives inspire and guide the executive documented or transparent. to realise the organisation s purpose, The balance between value protection and value creation 2. What perspectives are required in the boardroom 3, The qualities required of a board member 8.
Is the board ensuring it improves its effectiveness 9. Are board members being provided with the right information 12. How are new board members appointed 15, Methodology 17. The Grant Thornton Governance Institute 18, Appendix 20. A cross sector review of board effectiveness 1, The balance between value. protection and value creation, Boards1 are The continuing challenge for boards is. ensuring the right balance of discussion, The report based on a wide survey.
of board members2 in the UK raises, increasingly coming between value protection and value key questions that boards should. creation activities given the respective ask themselves to challenge their. under pressure from organisation s strategy and regulatory effectiveness The organisations from. both the market and environment The right discussion in the. boardroom ultimately drives better results, which these members are drawn are. subject to a variety of statutory and, regulators in terms Building on our 2016 review of the. governance requirements but they all, share a common overriding principle. of effectiveness effectiveness of audit committees the governing body is a collective. we have examined four key aspects, and accountability of board effectiveness from public.
charged with developing the, organisation s purpose. private government and not for profit, organisations across a variety of sectors. This is with a view to identifying those, qualities and skills that are prioritised. in driving an effective board and the, potential pitfalls and challenges. The Board will be used to mean the ultimate governing body and its collective executive and non executive members for all the organisations surveyed In practice the governing bodies. and the members may be known collectively and individually by different terms some of which may be defined in the laws appropriate to those organisations. Board members will be used to refer to both executive and non executive roles We note that different sectors that were surveyed have legal differences in the roles taken by each. 2 A cross sector review of board effectiveness, What perspectives are.
required in the boardroom, When looking at It is a simple yet powerful tool which. provides a framework with which to, Managers Executives that ask. what to do the focus is on the now, perspectives in the evaluate how well an organisation is Assurers Boards that govern ask. performing regarding the balance of skills what if the focus is on what is. boardroom we have understanding of roles and responsibilities hiding in the now. utilised the DLMA between the executive and Board and. the alignment between the balance of In principal by looking at where these are. analysis developed energies between risk value protection strongest a board can achieve a better. and opportunity value creation and understanding of where it is currently. by Peter Tunjic3 the overarching strategy and purpose putting its energy and determine if it has. Specifically it looks to categorise skills the right balance to deal with the issues. and behaviours into and strategic concerns its organisation. four quadrants is facing For a board to be effective the. Directors Boards that ask executive and non executive aspects both. what could be future focus have to be contributing to value creation. Leaders Executives that lead ask and value protection. what will be future focus, Value creation, Directorship Leadership. How well do the non executives How well do the executives. design debate and decide the Make decisions aligned with. organisation s future realising the organisation s. inspire and guide the executive purpose, to realise the organisation s Inspire and motivate employees.
purpose to realise the organisation s, provide support to the purpose. Non executives, executives model the values of the. Executives, organisation, Assurance Management, How well do the non executives How well do the executives. monitor financial compliance set goals creating plans. and business indicators and allocating resources to. ensure appropriate processes achieve them, are in place to manage risk effectively assign roles and. have oversight of the executive responsibilities, team Focus on day to day tasks and.
resources needed to deliver, strategic aims, Value protection. http ondirectorship com, A cross sector review of board effectiveness 3. DLMA matrix by sector, Using this matrix our findings suggest that boards. Leadership, generally have a strong future focus and that. executive behaviours tend to dominate the slight, exception being in the corporate sector where the.
director score is less strong in AIM listed and private. companies It also indicates that there is potential for. boards to be more effective at governance to focus. on what is hiding in the now, This effectively reflected the strength of feeling. amongst respondents that it was not the job of, Director Management. score score the non executives to have oversight of the. executive team, There was also a strongly held view that non. executives do not inspire and guide the executive, to realise the organisation s purpose and that this. shouldn t be expected This is symptomatic of the, underlying need to better align the roles of the board.
and the executive to achieve the future goals of, Assurance the organisation. The executives, Education leaders v managers, Overall the indicators of leadership as outlined in. NHS commissioners providers, our table are high across all sectors more than 88. Corporate public private companies of respondents see their executives as being strong. Housing leaders of the board and of the organisation. Local government, Given the importance placed on the culture and. values of the organisation it is encouraging to see. 93 of respondents stating that the executive, directors or the senior executive teams model the.
Everyone in the organisation is aligned values of the organisation This is essential in value. with the vision The directors are there to driven organisations such as charities and not for. drive this in a positive manner We all live profit organisations but is becoming more relevant for. publicly listed corporates too who are increasingly. the values not just talk them required to demonstrate how they are embedding. Non Executive Director their culture and values This is also a focus area. Manufacturing company of the Financial Reporting Council who recently. noted a concerted effort on the part of businesses. to improve trust in the motivations and integrity of. business 4 This supports the wider Government, Mission Led Business review which seeks to positively. encourage business models that have social impact, Financial Reporting Council Corporate Culture and the role of Boards July 2016 at their core. 4 A cross sector review of board effectiveness, 88 In addition to creating value through their leadership executives. need to provide value protection through effective management. of the organisation The majority of respondents feel that their. More than 88 of respondents see boards are working effectively in this area with only 15 of. their executives as being strong leaders respondents disagreeing with the statements made There were. of the organisation some sector differences the NHS providers and commissioners. scored this the lowest while those from housing private and AIM. listed boards were most positive about these statements feeling. their executives were delivering well in these areas. Where respondents did disagree they often stated that it was. due to external factors outside the control of the executives for. There is a clear focus on organisational, instance by saying that the executives are too stretched fire. culture and values across all sectors, fighting Board member NHS commissioner and consequently.
93 see the executive board members, there is less focus on realising the strategic objectives of the. modelling the values of the organisation, organisation This was also often connected to facing the issue. of reduced resources particularly from the NHS commissioners. and providers Some also state that they feel the responsibility. The majority of respondents felt that their, for day to day tasks and resources is well allocated and. delivered by second level management rather than the. responsibility lying with the executive board, boards are working effectively in this area. with only 15 of respondents disagreeing, with the statements made.
Key question, Are the executives allocating sufficient time. to both leadership and management disciplines, in the boardroom. Culture and values are clearly an important part of the This is further segmented by sector. executives role but aren t necessarily communicated In the technology sector 70 of companies make no reference. clearly externally to it at all while on the flip side almost half 43 of utilities. Looking at the FTSE 350 only 35 provide even a passing companies in the FTSE 350 acknowledge that culture is. reference to culture embedded at every level of their organisation as part of their. approach to both a responsible and sustainable business. We also found that only one in five CEOs include discussion. around culture in their introduction to the annual reports In the financial sector which has historically been weak. in this area there has been improvement in the last year. with 87 of these companies now discussing culture in their. annual reports, Source Grant Thornton s Corporate Governance Review 2016 The future of governance one small step. A cross sector review of board effectiveness 5, The non executives directors v assurers 86 of respondents felt that the non executives provide support. to the executives The minority that felt this support was not. The roles and responsibilities of the non executive are often more being realised added a caveat to say it was not specifically. difficult to define and this makes it more challenging to measure related to the non executives not wanting to support strategy. effectiveness in this area We consider their role through the lens but rather regulation and focus on challenge affecting the. of their need to balance their role as directors and assurers dynamic of the board One respondent for example stated that. and how it varies across the different sectors regulatory emphasis on challenge has meant that support has. taken a back seat Company Secretary NHS Provider, There is some debate about whether non executives are.
expected or able to help guide the strategic vision of Nearly 1 in 5 18 respondents disagreed with the statement. the organisation that the non executives inspire and guide the executive to. realise the organisation s purpose Some commentary on these. Overall 73 of respondents felt that the non executives played. questions suggested that this was primarily the role of the. a role in designing debating and deciding the organisation s. Chief Executive Officer CEO and not the responsibility of the. future This was particularly strongly advocated in the housing. non executives However some felt this was a potential area. sector where there has been considerable progress in improving. for improvement One Chief Financial Officer CFO in Local. governance and getting the balance of boards right in. Government outlined that the non executives make it difficult. recent years, rather than inspire, Of the 27 that disagreed many stated that that this was. not the role of the non executives Some felt that the executives. should design the organisation s future and then present these. to the non executives for them to debate refine or vote on It is not the role of a NED to design. This was not limited to a specific sector but NHS providers and debate and decide the organisation s. commissioners and local government board members scored future It s the role of the executive to. the lowest in this area This may reflect differences in how those. board member roles have been viewed historically in this sector. The Board creating and protecting value A cross sector review of board effectiveness 2017

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