North West branch Annual General Meeting nominations results & "Lessons on Governance"

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Posted by APM on 11th May 2016

This year’s Annual General Meeting was followed by a series of presentations and a discussion on all matters relating to governance. 

It started with an overview of corporate governance by Mike Gill, who looked at the role of the board to provide strategic direction for the future of the organisation together with holding the ‘executive’ to account for how they run the organisation.  Put simply, how to govern both Business As Usual and Change.  Next, governance of ‘change’, was explored by introducing principles from Directing Change, developed by APM’s Governance SIG, including the role everyone had to play. Mike Ward, Consulting Director at RSM UK Consulting, concluded the presentations talking about Programme Governance. The session closed with a facilitated debate. The speakers have kindly provided their slides from the evening event and can be found below. 
The North West branch Annual General meeting took place on the 10th May 2016 in the RSm office in preston. The following commitee nominees put themselves forward for election, and all were unanimously voted onto the the branch by the APM members in attendance. 

North West branch AGM results

Existing team:

  • Susan Clarke 
  • Claire Pallett 
  • Graham Woodward 
  • Masoud Gaffarian Asl 
  • Phil Hardy 
  • Rufus Gardiner 
  • Stewart Wragg 

Brand new members:

  • Richard Preston

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