Voici un article du Huffington Post qui présente les principales fonctions d’un comité de gouvernance. Bonne lecture !
The Governance Committee: A Key Element of a Successful Strategy
But there is one committee that is crucial, and that is carelessly assembled all too often: the governance committee (sometimes called the nominating committee).
The governance committee has four central roles:
- Determining what the composition of the board should be in the coming years
- Evaluating the current board members to determine who is and who is not fulfilling their obligations to the organization
- Creating and implementing a strategy for acquiring the board members needed to ensure that all of the requirements outlined by the ‘ideal board’ are met
- Developing and implementing a succession plan for board leadership
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