Accountability. Yes, we’d all like to know who’s accountable.
But that’s a funny word, isn’t it?
After all, isn’t responsibility the same thing?
Or as some smart ass wisely put it, ‘accountability is what’s left when you subtract responsibility’.
(That smart ass is Pasi Sahlberg, director of the Finnish Ministry of Education’s Center for International Mobility and author of the book Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn from Educational Change in Finland?) Continue reading
Corporate, or enterprise governance, establishes the rules and the manner in
which an enterprise conducts business, based upon its strategy, marketplace,
and principles of doing business. It defines for employees and for business
associates the processes that are used to conduct operations and the manner in
which people interact.
Beginning with the board of directors and extending throughout the organization,
there are many aspects and levels of corporate governance. All aspects of the
business are touched in some manner. Governance is applied to major
functional areas of an organization. Organizations govern their financial assets,
human resources, customer relations, intellectual property portfolio, and their
Quote of the day:
It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. – Aristotle