- 15 Feb
From Evolutionary Governance To Evolutionary Strategies: Standing On The Edge Of Chaos
The original process of variation/selection/retention has become a generic concept of evolution as novelty/emergence/dissemination. We examine here the way it applies to governance and what implications this may have for the strategic perspective on business.
- 17 Mar
Evolutionary Governance: a new paradigm
Compliance to codes and regulations is by no way a guarantee of good governance. An evolutionary governance is needed with focus on the Boards actions to ensure adaptation of the firm through organic mechanisms for anticipation of future changes and quality of decision-making.
- 18 Feb
The Board as RNA
This article was initially produced for London-based Institute of Directors and presented in October 2013.
- 21 Oct
Black Holes in Risk Governance
Behavioural biases and sociological phenomena such as the scapegoat, ‘social control’ and ‘control as a watchword’ entail risk governance being driven by the board of directors. Risk governance must change to integrate both technical and sociological breakthroughs.