November 28, 2007
Among the conditions necessary for universities to achieve good governance is a stronger board of directors, composed primarily of independent members with no ties to the interests of internal stakeholders. Boards must also enjoy operational autonomy.
September 18, 2007
Working Group proposes principles for the governance of Quebec universities. In order for universities to achieve good governance, their Boards of Directors must include a majority of members who are independent of internal stakeholders. Boards must also enjoy autonomy in carrying out their functions – a prerequisite for accountability. They must follow clearly-established reporting requirements, […]
October 1, 1998
I come to this topic of economic models from the perspective of a business strategist and not of an economist. As Napolean said somewhere, strategy is a simple science: it’s all in the execution. With the bankruptcy of the communist/socialist economic model, there is currently a remarkable convergence worldwide of the economic policies that have […]