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Accountability for consistent, cohesive policies, processes and decision rights
The state of being governed
The process, or the power, of governing; government or administration
The specific system by which a political system is ruled
The group of people who make up an administrative body
{n} rule, management, control, care
Governance includes data about the structure of intent to monitor, control, regulate, plan, and guide the health system business Specifically, it includes the data about purpose, needs, vision, mission, goals, objectives, and core business of the health system It also includes data about legislation, policies, standards, guidelines, process, procedures, accountability, programs, services, plans, projects, contracts, agreements, and jurisdictions that is of interest to the health system Data about expectations, health indicators, determinants, and their measurement tools, and outcomes is also included in this subject area Out come is usually a derived data Data about social, economic, and political trends is considered to constitute the environment and is included in the "environment" subject area
SAA is governed by an elected Council of nine persons, three of whom are replaced each year, and by three officers: a President and a Vice-President/President-Elect (each serving a one-year term) and a Treasurer (a three-year term) Council meets four times a year, twice in conjunction with the SAA annual meeting An Executive Committee (comprised of the three officers and a member elected by Council to represent it) acts for the SAA Council between meetings and has certain special functions
The act of affecting government and monitoring (through policy) the long-term strategy and direction of an organization In general, governance comprises the traditions, institutions and processes that determine how power is exercised, how citizens are given a voice, and how decisions are made on issues of public concern See the Institute on Governance Also see the Canadian Centre for Philanthropy
The governance of a company or organization is the way in which it is managed. a dramatic move away from the traditional view of governance in American education
The system and structure for defining policy, providing leadership, and managing and coordinating the procedures and resources that ensure the quality of all school personnel prepared at the institution
in the non-profit sector, refers to the actions of the volunteer board of directors of an organization with respect to establishing and monitoring the long-term direction of that organization
Undertaken by the governing body, governance is the act of setting overall public policy directions to assure financial performance and desired outcomes
the culture of governing Term often used in promoting a culture of participatory governing, where communities are actively involved in decision-making processes
The local control of the college that is placed in the hands of the board of trustees
{i} government; management; control
the act of governing; exercising authority; "regulations for the governing of state prisons"; "he had considerable experience of government"
the exercise of economic, political, and administrative authority to manage the nation's affairs at all levels It comprises all the mechanisms, processes, and institutions through which the citizens and groups articulate their interests, exercise their legal rights and obligations and mediate their differences Governance is not the sole domain of government but it transcends government to encompass the business sector and civil society
the establishment and maintenance of social, political, and economic arrangements by which practitioners control their practice, self-discipline, working conditions, and professional affairs
The structure and policies for decion making, which, include board, staff, and constituents Governance, in the non-profit sector, refers to the actions of the (volunteer) board of directors of an organization with respect to establishing and monitoring the long-term direction of that organization Topic areas: Governance
Exercise of authority; control; government; arrangement
The exercise of authority, management and control
the act or manner of conducting the policy and affairs of an organization; the control or influence of people; constituting a rule, standard or principle
Concept originally used by specialists in medieval English society, which was characterized by cooperation between the different sources of power (church, nobility, merchants, peasants, etc ) During the 1980s the World Bank took up the concept of governance to describe the way power is exercised in the management of a country’s economic and social resources At the heart of discussions about governance are terms such as responsibility, information, transparency, the rule of law Governance does not refer to political power in the strict sense It is not the art of administration at a given level of power, but the art of coordinating administration between different territorial levels
The governance of a country is the way in which it is governed. They believe that a fundamental change in the governance of Britain is the key to all other necessary changes
the persons (or committees or departments etc ) who make up a body for the purpose of administering something; "he claims that the present administration is corrupt"; "the governance of an association is responsible to its members"; "he quickly became recognized as a member of the establishment"
Governance of services is the institutional framework in which the integrity of a service interaction or set of related service interactions is decided The term therefore refers to the set of laws, procedures and common practices that determine the ability of exchange partners to take decisions with respect to their exchange relationship
Dynamic Governance
Sociocracy, also called Dynamic Governance, is a form of government based on consent among equivalent individuals and an organizational structure based on cybernetic principles
corporate governance
The control structure of a corporation
corporate governance
The term used, following recent Government sponsored reports, to describe the policies and procedures that the company’s directors’ employ in their conduct of the company’s affairs, and their relationships with shareholders to whom they are responsible as managers of the shareholders interests in the company, and of its assets
corporate governance
(İdari Yönetim) Corporate governance is the set of processes, customs, policies, laws and institutions affecting the way in which a corporation is directed, administered or controlled. Corporate governance also includes the relationships among the many players involved (the stakeholders) and the goals for which the corporation is governed. The principal players are the shareholders, management and the board of directors. Other stakeholders include employees, suppliers, customers, banks and other lenders, regulators, the environment and the community at large
multi-level governance
Multi-level governance is a public administration theory that is gaining more and more popularity. The theory originated from studies on European integration. The authors Liesbet Hooghe and Gary Marks were the first the develop the concept of multi-level governance in the early 1990s. Their theory resulted from the study of the new structures that were put in place by the TEU (Maastricht Treaty) in 1992
corporate governance
the question of whose interests should be served by a company and how to ensure that managerial decisions do indeed further these interests [top of page] D Debenture - a loan contract that is guaranteed by the issuing company's assets In the event of default the lender has the right to force liquidation of those assets to service the debt
corporate governance
The relationship between all the stakeholders in a company This includes the shareholders, directors, and management of a company, as defined by the corporate charter, bylaws, formal policy, and rule of law 1
corporate governance
This is the system by which companies are run, and the means by which they are responsive to their shareholders, employees and society The Fund has a Formal Policy on Corporate Governance
corporate governance
Systems and processes for ensuring proper accountability, probity and openness in the conduct of an organisation's business Corporate Governance is a core responsibility of all NHS organisations including PCTs
corporate governance
jargon for rules on how companies should be run Sometimes includes more abstract notions of corporate "culture", that is, the habits practised by managers
corporate governance
The branch of management, which deals with the relationships among a company’s top management, board of directors and shareholders
corporate governance
Is the process by which agencies are directed and controlled It is generally understood to encompass authority, accountability, stewardship, leadership, direction and control
corporate governance
Process of directing and controlling agencies
corporate governance
The system by which companies are directed and controlled Boards of directors are responsible for the governance of their companies
corporate governance
Corporate Governance is concerned with holding the balance between economic and social goals and between individual and communal goals The corporate governance framework is there to encourage the efficient use of resources and equally to require accountability for the stewardship of those resources The aim is to align as nearly as possible the interests of individuals, corporations and society" (Sir Adrian Cadbury in 'Global Corporate Governance Forum', World Bank, 2000)
corporate governance
Corporate management principles involve taking into account shareholders' expectations and the need for their protection against arbitrary decisions by executives
corporate governance
The rules and regulations within which an organization works to ensure probity and accountability
corporate governance
The system by which businesses are run This includes the director's duty to ensure that the business is properly and honestly managed
corporate governance
n the debate on redefining corporate management processes, including social and environmental responsibilities
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