Corporate Governance is concerned with holding a balance between Economic & Social Goals as well as between Individual & Communal Goals.
Got a Governance Dilemma?
We’ll get it sorted. Many of our clients come to us when things are in a bit of a mess. That’s okay – it happens to the best businesses, especially those that are navigating innovation or rapid growth. Sometimes you don’t even realise it’s happening. We’ll help you sort it all out, and create a governance framework that ticks all the boxes as well as helping your business flourish.
Governance & Innovation
We don’t believe in corporate governance structures that hinder your growth and evolution. The best governance frameworks give you the keys to unlock
Our experience means that you get the benefit of rare collective wisdom– a unique ‘hive mind’. All the challenges, ideas, outcomes, and successes that we’ve encountered along the way are embedded in the Compass Business advisory brains trust, adding depth, complexity and real-world experience to the advice and guidance we provide.
People who 'get' you
Unlike many company secretary ‘guns for hire’, all senior consultants at Compass Business Advisory have been in leadership roles. We’ve made the hard decisions and walked in your senior leaders’ shoes.
We understand all the bits that fit together to make an organisation hum. And we know the whole is so much more than the sum of its parts.
We work with Organisations of all Shapes & Sizes, at many different stages of development, and experiencing various challenges. Any of these things might describe your business.
Not-For-Profit seeking guidance on good governance.
About to go through a significant change – or already in the middle of one.
Not in need of a full-time or in-house governance resource, and looking for a flexible and responsive professional to provide advice, support and expertise
Committed to delivering excellent services to your customers, clients or stakeholders through innovation, agility, and responsiveness.
A new business finding your way – maybe a spin-off or a start-up – and wanting to establish great governance frameworks right from the get-go to make sure you’re set up for success.
An established business that has recognised a need for change in its structure. It might be a family business that is now bringing independent directors to the table, for example.
Arrived at a crossroads, facing challenges and risks that have emerged as a result of underlying governance issues.
A not-for-profit dealing with changes in funding models while trying to meet all the compliance and governance requirements your funding body has specified.
Governance used to be included as part of the responsibilities of your CFO or CEO, but it’s now too important, too big, and too specialised for this to be effective anymore.