Enterprise Governance

Enterprise Governance is the set of responsibilities and accountabilities across an entire organisation to fulfil its obligations with roles and job-descriptions. It may often also be interpreted as the Corporate Governance in and end-to-end perspective, meaning that not only the executive management, but also the job roles of middle management and specialist functions are covered.

With Enterprise Governance you explicitly outline who is in charge of what like a system of rules, practices and supporting systems and processes. For any large organisation, this is an ongoing puzzle that aligns with the organisational structure, but somehow also stands out as you can re-organize every year, but many of the simpler responsibilities may or may-not be transferred during organisational changes. Enterprise Governance has traditionally been focus on RACI-models (Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed) but we help to turn this into digital governance, where accountabilities and responsibilities are part of a digital way of working, supported by systems and processes. 

We see an increasing set of companies striving to have a higher level of enterprise governance. For many shareholders, it is not enough for a company to merely be profitable; it also needs to demonstrate good corporate citizenship through transparent roles and responsibilities helping improved environmental awareness, ethical behaviour, and CSR.

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