4th College of Fellows Convention
THEME: “INSTITUTIONS IN TRANSITION: THE CHALLENGE OF GOOD GOVERNANCE PRACTICES”
Since the creation of institutions as structures in human society, the challenge of ensuring that such institutions continue to grow and remain relevant to society has persisted. But when institutions stop growing, they become moribund and irrelevant and fall away, sometimes at great cost to society considering the amount of resource investment that had been put to create and sustain them. It is therefore important that institutions, provided that they still serve an important role in society, are kept sustainably dynamic and relevant.
Often the biggest challenge to institutions comes when they have to deal with transitional issues. These may include leadership changes, strategic direction review, fundamental market change, especially those brought about by technology or adaptation of new lifestyles, and similar. For institutions to survive and thrive, such transitions must be managed well to avoid negative disruptions. The role of good governance and enlightened leadership are keys to ensuring successful transitions.
The theme of this convention is meant to stir debate and share experiences with a view to identifying what role good governance plays or should play to ensure successful institutional transitions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Members of the Institute, other governance practitioners, trainers and educators, managers and directors and other persons interested in the principles and practice of corporate governance.
FCS. Kinuthia Wamwangi, Former Chairman, Transition Authority
FCS. Daniel Ndonye, Partner, Maonga Ndonye Associates
FCS. Catherine Musakali, Lead Consultant and Managing Partner, Dorion Associates
|Event Date:||20-Apr-2017 8:00 am|
|Event End Date:||20-Apr-2017 3:00 pm|
|Location||Sarova Panafric Hotel, Nairobi|