Articles by Corrinne Armour
Leading Change That Sticks: The Board’s Role
Are you part of the problem? It’s January and with New Year’s Resolutions fresh, it’s a time to contemplate change. Few would dispute that we are facing a time of what seems like increasing change and complexity. Failure to convert intention to action is a major risk in planning and responding to the changing landscape. What if as a director, and as a board, your own unconscious motivators around change were part of the reason for change being unsustainable in your organisation?
Enabling Better Decisions at the Board Table
High performing boards make decisions At the recent Better Boards Conference, Nonie Wales and Morri Young of Matrix on Board gave a presentation on ‘Board Business: Sharing the load’. They defined a high performing board as one that: is well lead makes decisions has good information all members participate in board business Whilst other defining characteristics of a high performing board could be added to this list, few would disagree with what they outlined.