B4: Governance and leadership in the digital era: Using technology to improve governance and transparency

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Boards are increasingly using digital technology to improve their governance, whether by encouraging people to join or observe meetings remotely, collaborating on papers online, or using social media to listen to and engage with supporters and beneficiaries.

This session will:

  • offer handy tips to effectively use digital technology as part of a governance strategy
  • outline the mechanics of using digital approaches to facilitate board meetings
  • discuss rules for the use of electronic communication and social media, including the legal aspects which may need to be considered
  • consider how to create a culture that aids transparency and accountability

You will come away with a better understanding of how digital technologies can support your board and how you can go about implementing them in your organisation.

Chair

Megan Griffith Gray, Head of Planning, Digital and Communications, NCVO

Speakers

  • Karl Wilding, Director of Public Policy and Volunteering, NCVO
  • Tesse Akpeki, Lead Governance Consultant, Bates Wells Braithwaite
 
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