Dimensions, the charity that supports people with learning disabilities, works hard to give a voice to all its service users, says Ann McCallum, co-chair of Dimensions council.
A chair and a chief executive advise on the best course of action for dealing with a disgruntled board.
Former Scope chair, Alice Maynard, describes the charity's governance journey following a radical change in structure.
Professor Sir William Wakeham, past vice president of the Royal Academy of Engineering, describes some of the changes to the organisation's governance.
Good advice, but there is an important point to add: merger is rarely a proper answer to impending insolvency.
Two chairs advise on how to deal with the fallout of increasing media scrutiny over Lobbying Act guidelines and executive pay.
Anne Moynihan looks at what happens when trustees and members disagree about the future direction of a charitable company.
Valerie Owen, OBE, chair of Swan Housing Association’s board, describes how seeing a governance problem as an opportunity for improvement led to a Swan that is really fit for the future.