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Good governance principals and guidance for not-for-profit organisations presentation

Published on 27 Nov 13 by TASMANIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Good governance is not an end itself, but rather a tool to achieve the desired outcomes of any organisation. In the NFP sector, it can be harder to measure desired outcomes and therefore governance can be more complex. This presentation focuses on a number of themes including mission, financial sustainability, board composition and governance v management in the NFP sector and will draw a link to the recently released Governance Principles.

Author profile:

Phil Butler
Phil is Manager, ACT, Public and Not for Profit Sectors with the Australian Institute of Company Directors based in Canberra. Moving to Canberra in 2000, he worked with the Institute of Chartered Accountants before taking on a role with Company Directors. In this role, Phil has worked closely with Boards, CEO’s and Directors of organisations in Public and Not-for-Profit sectors. Since 2011, he has led the Not-for-Profit Project for Company Directors. This project is designed to support organisations in the NFP sector to achieve their respective missions through ongoing improvements in governance and to build greater awareness of the contribution of NFP directors and support their ongoing professional development. Phil is a graduate of the Company Directors Course and a member of CPA Australia. He is also on the board of Pro Musica Inc which stages the Canberra. International Music Festival. Current at 27 November 2013
 
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Good governance principals and guidance for not-for-profit organisations

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