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Moneyball, Marquee Factors, Magic Mirrors and Charlie Chaplin

Moneyball, Marquee Factors, Magic Mirrors and Charlie Chaplin

Boards need to be assessed. This is a must read for genuinely improving performance and competency rather than merely satisfying the regulators.

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall – Who’s the Fairest One of All? – A tale of self-assessment

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall – Who’s the Fairest One of All?  – A tale of self-assessment

Good assessment always starts with self-examination – BUT if you are playing Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, make sure your MIRROR is MAGIC

UB The Judge – extraordinary tool announced

UB The Judge – extraordinary tool announced

UB The Judge is the most significant development yet in the support of people managing events where judging is involved. For far too long, whether you were hosting an event where a judging process is used, or simply been asked to be a judge, you will have experienced the relative chaos that occurred. Some of […]

Greater representation of women on boards? – YES – but not with quotas

Greater representation of women on boards? – YES – but not with quotas

Everyone would agree that the long-standing imbalance at the senior ranks of business has to be resolved. We need more women to nominate and be selected to serve at the highest levels and as directors. This article supports the view that this is achievable and suggests ways to help with skills as the basis for selection. The book from Company Directors by Anthea McIntyre is cited as a reference.

See our major announcement

See our major announcement

How Boards can discover where they are collectively missing key skills they are required to have. By combining this with a performance improvement study you will be making a significant step in measuring your Board’s progress towards improving its own operating standard.

Wilful Blindness – surely now a major focus item for Boards

Wilful Blindness

Skills Management – Does it work? How does it work?

This article offers the underlying principles needed to make skills management work and to help an understanding of how to use it well. See the full article at the following link – http://www.conquestconsulting.com.au/?p=62

Len Norman speaks to Connexus Magazine on Talent Management Forensics

Read how Connexus Magazine presented the thoughts of the Skillspeak inventor and founder, Len Norman, on his talent management science and how it can be used to help in the assessment of boards. See it at the follwoing link   http://www.conquestconsulting.com.au/?p=32

Board Competency Framework and the Challenge for Governance Consultants

Board Competency Framework and the Challenge for Governance Consultants

Boards need to give great focus on performance improvement but without a natural evaluation authority, they need help. A partnership with the best measurements faciity and a trusted governance consultant is the best way to achieve it.

You know about the pain long before your doctor

Some boards are reluctant to properly conduct a self-assessment because they have little faith that their own subjective opinions can hold sufficient value. Good news for them – read on. The assessment must be carried out and processed rigorously though to unlock this great value.