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Policy Frameworks Birds nest or a deliberate scaffold that helps boards to focus?. Chris France [email protected] To look a number of different models Some common threads about strategy To understand a framework that assists in developing coherent policy.

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Policy frameworks birds nest or a deliberate scaffold that helps boards to focus

Policy FrameworksBirds nest or a deliberate scaffold that helps boards to focus?

Chris France

[email protected]


Workshop objectives

To look a number of different models

Some common threads about strategy

To understand a framework that assists in developing coherent policy.

Make policy a living part of your board

Workshop Objectives


Policy frameworks birds nest or a deliberate scaffold that helps boards to focus

Governance and Management

The Board

The Principal

The School


Boardsource

BoardSource

  • Ethics and Accountability

  • Role of the Board

  • Chief Executive

  • Finance and Investments

  • Fundraising

  • Personnel

  • Communications

  • Committee Responsibilities


University model

University Model

  • NAG 1 Policy – Curriculum

  • NAG 2 – Strategic Planning and reporting to community

  • NAG 3 – Personnel

  • NAG 4 - Finance and Property

  • NAG 5 - Health and Safety

  • NAG 6 – Legislative compliance


Matheson complete guide

Matheson – Complete Guide

Code of practise for directorsCEO job description

Directors dutiesEnvironmental policy

Roles, responsibilities and functions of the boardEmployee relations policy

Role and responsibility of the chairPrivacy policy

Director selection processEmail internet usage policy

Board meeting rules or standing ordersFinancial Reporting policy Board confidentialityRisk management policy

Committees of the boardCash flow policy

Code of conduct/code of ethicsDepreciation policy

Delegations to the CEOAudit policies

Mission and vision of the organisationAdvocacy and lobbying

Organisation standards/values/culture policy

Social responsibility policy

Regular board reporting and disclosure requirements policy

Board workplan

Annual evaluation of the board, chair and individual directors

Directors and officers liability policy

Stakeholder relationship policy

Media and public relations policy, who communicates what


Thank you

Thanks for coming along, and I hope you have some ideas to take back and share with your board that will make governing more enjoyable and more successful for you and your school.

Enjoy the remainder of conference.

Thank you


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