In today's fast-moving business world, demands for positive results, keen competitiveness and winning strategies in global markets are increasing. Public and political concern about governance, ethics, probity, accountability and good practice is at an all-time high and the need to identify governance and risk management challenges is vital.
the corporate conscience in action...
To succeed in this climate, whether in the public, private or not-for-profit sectors, it is essential to have people on board who can chart a course through the jungle of legislation, regulation and best practice.
Our members typically hold the position of general counsel, board adviser, CFO, company secretary, director or risk and compliance manager and, as such, play a major part in an organisation's governance. They are a key source of advice and maintain a vigilant eye while providing the essential interface between the board of management and its internal and external stakeholders and opinion-formers. Our members make a powerful top-level contribution to any organisation.
Membership of Governance New Zealand Inc. is a commitment to the Institute's Code of Professional Ethics and Conduct and to "ensuring currency of knowledge, skills and technical competence in relation to professional activities."