The Canadian Institute’s 11th Annual Forum on

Crown Corporate Governance

Improve the Effectiveness of Your Board and the Performance of Your Crown Corporation

Wednesday, January 27 to Thursday, January 28, 2016
Sheraton Ottawa Hotel, Ottawa, Ontario


The 11th Annual Forum on Crown Corporate Governance
will be held on January 27 & 28, 2016 in Ottawa!

Crown corporations face continual challenges in regards to clear delineation of roles responsibilities, transparency, accountability, risk management, establishing value, board gaps, succession planning and maintaining reputations and public trust. There is a critical need to adopt and implement the right tools and strategies to deal with these challenges.

At the 11th Annual Forum on Crown Corporate Governance, discuss these issues openly with people who understand the machinery of government and the unique role of crown corporations.

Learn directly from experienced leaders and renew your ability to tackle these pressing issues. Topics include:

  • Roles and responsibilities of the board of directors and management as they relate to enterprise risk management
  • Board oversight over internal controls and limitations over IT, safety, terrorism, quality: What leading Crowns are doing
  • Best practices to protect against cyber attacks and ensuring that the management team is assessing cyber risk and that they are capably managing the technology issues
  • Understanding the machinery of government to develop an effective relationship
  • Managing the internal audit to maximize benefits for the organization
  • Building and implementing skills/performance matrix that helps avoid gaps and ensures the skills, talent and competence of board members

Mark your calendar for January 27 & 28, 2016 and stay tuned for your invitation coming soon!