This masterclass provides participants with the professional knowledge, tools and frameworks to boost Board’s performance through digital transformation .
All organisations board members need awareness of the digital opportunities and threats to thrive, whilst ensuring cyber criminals do not.
This training will focus on
Understanding Current Board Needs and Evolving Governance Landscape ,
Enhancing Board Effectiveness through Digital Transformation ,
Mastering Board-Room Dynamics and Decision-Making &
Practicing Strategic Governance in a Virtual World
From Artificial Intelligence to conflict resolution , this 4 days masterclass is a practical learning journey on improvising the board members expertise.
This training will provide advanced to Boards and C-suite members in all aspects of sound organisational behaviour to support ROI. Key areas of focus are:
Putting governance through digital transformation at the strategic level, so that issues arising from Cyber-Threats, and corporate governance and accounting reforms are addressed alongside business planning.
Business Continuity no longer is a set of remedial actions. It is a 24X7 activity requiring organisational agility and speed to respond to opportunities and threats.
Achieving demonstrable accountability through assurance. The growing requirement from stakeholders, for Boards and Management to provide tangible justifications of all decisions and actions, means changing the role of assurance.
Boards must identify differences in what they authorised and what occurs so that assurance, provided by success and risk indicators on the one hand, and risk managers and auditors on the other, are more precisely interpreted.
Recognising that the organisation is also a provider of Information Technology and Data Custodian services. Every aspect of business is reliant on effective, usable and safe information systems requiring the integration of IT with business governance, strategy and investment.
This course will help directors to understand the complexities of an an inter-connected supply chain, for example as:
A non-executive director, focusing on the alignment of information management, cyber security management, risk management, control and assurance with strategic, business and sector objectives.
A board-adviser focusing on achieving good corporate governance that creates value to both the organisation and society, making corporate and social responsibility a natural outcome alongside profit.
An auditor, providing independent assurance across both business and IT processes.
Management Excellence - Who should attend will be the same for all the events