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1
EGYPTIAN INSTITUTE of DIRECTORSGetting
Started SeminarCairo
  • Ian T. Dunlop
  • Governance Sustainability Advisor
  • Sydney, Australia

19th April 2004
2
Global Driving Forces
3
World Population
Source UN 1998 World Population Estimates
4
Poverty Inequality
enjoy 80 of World GDP
Less than A2 per day
A2-4 per day
World Population 6 billion
5
Drivers
  • Population Growth
  • Poverty Inequality
  • Liberalisation
  • Globalisation
  • Technological Change
  • Sustainability

6
Major Discontinuity
  • Social Political
  • 11th Sept 2001
  • Afghanistan, Iraq, Bali
  • Israel / Palestine
  • Economic - future of governance?
  • Outsider - Anglo-Saxon
  • Insider - Europe / Japan
  • Hybrid - Asia
  • Africa, Middle East, China India?

7
The Regulatory Pendulum
Prescription
Self-Regulation
Prevention
Realistic Regulation
Performance
8
Corporate Governance
  • Conventional definition
  • The system by which organisations are directed
    controlled

9
Corporate Governance
  • Practical definition
  • The use and abuse of power
  • Power tends to corrupt, absolute power corrupts
    absolutely
  • Lord Acton 1887

10
The Governance Objective
  • Performance without abuse of power

11
IoD - Institutional Aspects
  • IoD does more than corporate governance
  • Proactive performance focus
  • not reactive legal constraints
  • Practical emphasis
  • Sustainable delivery
  • Local commitment

12
IoD - Vision
  • Professionalism in Directorship
  • maximising the leadership contribution of boards
    of directors to
  • poverty alleviation
  • national economic and social well-being
  • wealth creation
  • with the highest standards of ethics corporate
    governance
  • with trust and integrity

13
IoD - Mission
  • To be the leading professional organisation
  • for
  • Egyptian directors

14
IoD - Internal Governance
  • Not-for-profit, independent of commercial
    interests
  • Board comprised of
  • high profile directors professionals
  • with integrity commitment to IoD objectives
  • without conflict of interest
  • acting in a voluntary capacity
  • Corporate sponsorship provided
  • independent of governance involvement
  • because sponsor believes in value of IoD
    initiative
  • corporate benefit arises from publicity
    association with IoD
  • Even-handed with all sponsors
  • avoiding over-commitment to any one organisation

15
IoD - Key Roles
Research Policy Development
Representation Advocacy
Information
Member Services
Education Professional Development
Business Systems
Networking
16
IoD - Point of Difference
  • Represents directors as individuals
  • not corporate entities
  • Focus on director issues
  • not management issues
  • they are different
  • Intellectual powerhouse on director issues
  • the leading policy developer advocate
  • Provides education based on intellectual
    leadership

17
Membership
  • Individual members
  • not corporate membership
  • Typical membership categories
  • Associate
  • Graduate
  • Member
  • Fellow
  • Set realistic membership targets
  • public, private not-for-profit sectors
  • Emphasise member retention
  • far cheaper to retain an existing member than
    recruit a new one

18
Understand the director market
  • Directors are
  • from diverse backgrounds
  • practical, demanding, not academic
  • do not suffer fools gladly
  • always short of time !
  • Thus IoD activities must be
  • relevant
  • to the point
  • high quality
  • devoid of technical jargon
  • Interactive, building on experience of members

19
Education Prof. Development
  • Leverage off intellectual leadership on director
    issues
  • Educational programs, conferences, seminars to
  • develop skills and knowledge of directors to
    improve company and board performance
  • increase personal and professional development
  • Adopt clear educational philosophy
  • ideally principle-based
  • avoid heavy numeric analysis
  • Package into high quality consistent products
  • content, delivery, presentation, venue
  • top quality tutors

20
IoD is a Business
  • Requires
  • sound, dedicated management
  • comprehensive Business Plan
  • quality services delivery
  • This is not a benevolent activity !

21
Funding
  • Initial
  • national governments, regulators, stock exchange
  • international agencies
  • corporates
  • Ongoing
  • membership
  • training courses
  • events

22
itdunlop_at_ozemail.com.au
23
Typical Organisation
IoD Board of Directors
President
Executive Director
Policy Committees Accounting Financial Corporate
Governance Corporations Law Environment Annual
Conference Education Tax Economics
Executive Functions Education Finance Information
Professional Development Research
Policy Membership
24
Policy Committees
  • Policy Committees should be developed gradually
    comprising
  • leading directors, professionals technical
    specialists
  • acting in a voluntary capacity
  • Policy positions developed by committees are
    submitted to IoD Board for approval before
    advocacy

25
Service Development Cycle
ICD Board of Directors
Membership
Annual Policy Platform
Establish Core Director Issues
Core
Annual
Education
Review
Programs
Research Policy
Education
Information
PD Package
Advocacy
Package
Database
Member
Programs
26
Initial Priority Activities
  • Research Policy, Advocacy
  • Education Professional Development
  • Information Services

Provide a limited range of quality services
initially to gain credibility, initial membership
start cashflow. Then expand as experience
resources dictates. Walk before you run !
27
Research Policy
  • Identification of issues impacting on effective
    conduct of business, particularly corporate
    governance
  • Establishment of policy on laws, regulations and
    core issues affecting directors
  • Representation advocacy to government,
    regulatory bodies and society
  • Strategic alliances with government and other
    peak organisations nationally and internationally
  • Maintain contact with all stakeholder
    representatives

28
Advocacy
  • Position IoD as intellectual opinion leader
    on
  • director issues and corporate governance
  • Maintain effective relationships with
  • government, regulatory bodies other
    stakeholders
  • media
  • Develop lobbying capacity on core issues
  • selective alliances, issue - related

29
Education - Initial Courses
  • Introductory Course
  • Core Company Directors Course
  • More Specialist Courses
  • Fundamentals of Financial Statements
  • Board Director and CEO Assessment
  • The Role of the Chairman
  • Provide a continuous learning experience through
    a directors life-cycle

30
Professional Development
  • Annual Conference
  • Seminars
  • Director Strategy Dinners
  • Luncheon Forums
  • Programmes to encourage special interest groups

31
Information Services
  • Assist directors to achieve excellence by
    provision of concise, relevant information
  • Library
  • Website
  • Journal
  • Publications
  • Research policy
  • Position papers
  • submissions
  • Code of Corporate Governance
  • Codes of Conduct Ethics

32
Marketing
  • Quality, exclusive image and IoD brand
    consistency
  • Impeccable service delivery
  • pricing to reflect quality product, optimising
    member value added and IoD revenue
  • User- friendly service interface
  • simplify membership processing
  • Segmented marketing by lifecycle, company size
    etc.

33
Sound Business Systems
  • Essential for quality service delivery
  • built around a Membership Data-Base

34
The New Terrain
Geopolitics Governance
Cultures Societies
Economics Finance
Values Belief Systems
Power
People
Time
Potential
Planet
Technology
Civilization Infrastructure
Science
Environment Sustainability
Source GBN
35
Greater Wisdom
  • As information doubles, knowledge halves and
    wisdom quarters
  • Robert Theobald

36
GOCC Governance - Unique Aspects
  • Lack of understanding of concept of rationale
    for GOCC
  • Inadequate definition of objectives, particularly
    social political
  • Lack of clarity on roles of those involved
  • Congress
  • Department
  • Government agencies
  • Board
  • CEO
  • Confusion between Advisory Commercial Boards
  • Excessive political interference
  • Board responsibilities not matched with
    legislative power
  • Lack of competitive neutrality between GOCC
    private sector

37
Typical Revenue Contributions
( Example only - modify to represent financial
plan when completed )
Net Revenue
38
World Population
Source UN 1998 World Population Estimates
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