Always Obey the Traffic Laws
• Governance: What, Why and When
The Key to A Strong Beginning
Models of Governance
• Examination, Diagnosis and Compliance: Strategic Management
"NEW RULES of the Road"
"Start to Stop Today"
Governance and the Rules of the Road
• Smooth Ride With No Bad Traffic?
• Constant and Consistent Traffic Jams?
Slow Down! Reduce Speed
• Governance: What?
Core characteristics of good governance
All men and women should have a voice in decision-making, either directly or through legitimate intermediate institutions
that represent their interests. Such broad participation is built on freedom of association and speech, as well as capacities
to participate constructively
2) Rule of law
Legal frameworks should be fair and enforced impartially, particularly the laws on human rights
Transparency is built on the free flow of information. Processes, institutions and information are directly accessible to
those concerned with them, and enough information is provided to understand and monitor them
Institutions and processes try to serve all stakeholders
5) Consensus orientation
Good governance mediates differing interests to reach a broad consensus on what is in the best interest of the group and,
where possible, on policies and procedures
All men and women have opportunities to improve or maintain their well-being
7) Effectiveness and efficiency
Processes and institutions produce results that meet needs while making the best use of resources
Decision- makers in government, the private sector and civil society organizations are accountable to the public, as well
as to institutional stakeholders. This accountability differs depending on the organization and whether the decision is internal
or external to an organization
9) Strategic vision
Leaders and the public have a broad and long-term perspective on good governance and human development, along with a sense
of what is needed for such development.
There is also an understanding of the historical, cultural and social complexities in which that perspective is grounded
Slow Down! Reduce Speed!
True Value of the Business
It is a Major Responsibility
Cycle of Communication
Key Operating Metrics
Date of Initial Practice Idea
Growth of Employees and Hours of the Day
Time Value of Money
Competition or Confusion