The focus on governance in the charity sector has been elevated following the publication of a new Charity Governance Code in July 2017.
As boards sit down to discuss the new Code and its implications; what new opportunities are available to trustees in pursuit of demonstrating good governance?
For example: Is there a role for ‘digital’ in support of the trustee board’s execution of their legal duties and responsibilities?
The Charity Commission has given a strong lead on the role that they see for digital.
In a blog by Paula Sussex past CEO of Charities Commission she refers to the Commission becoming a ‘digital by default, risk-led regulator’ that delivers more digital services to charities.
Is the future for charities digital?
Click here to read 5 reasons for NO and 1 compelling reason for YES