On the governance today and in the future
What are the most pressing governance challenges facing the culture sector today
There are a lot of different pressures on the cultural sector right now – political uncertainty, debate over the acceptability of some funders, the relentless scrutiny of social media. Having a robust governance structure is essential to ensure that organisations – large and small - can cope with challenges as they arise.
What can we learn from other sectors - in the UK and internationally - about good governance?
There has been a huge amount of work done on the governance of listed companies in the UK, and while the overall governance structure would be too complex for charities and other third sector organisations the general principles – on things like rotation of boards - are still applicable.
What’s the future of cultural governance in one word?