This is the fourteenth podcast for the power sector corporate strategy study we will soon release as part of our Executive Program.

This podcast defines governance versus project management and explains the 6 governance levels on the study. We further break the 6 governance levels into those with a short to medium term focus and those with a long term focus.

The six governance levels are:

EI – Board
EI – CEO and EXCO
EI – OPCO
EI – Steerco.

EE – Board
EE – CEO

We explain further why in transformation studies the Steerco is one of the most important governance structures, trumpeting that of OPCO, even through Steerco members report to OPCO members.

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3 responses to Governance in Transformation Studies

  1. Hi Scott,

    We will keep this in mind and try to weave it in as we do the podcasts.

    Thanks for the comment.

    Michael

  2. Hi Michael,

    Since the team meets with the steering committee every week, it would be interesting to do a podcast describing what these meetings are like. I would be interested in hearing it both from the perspective of what and how you decide to present, and what has been the reaction of the Steerco so far. Is there a lot of push back on the proposal? How have their opinions/concerns changed the thinking of the team? In general it would also be interesting to hear what tact you would take if there was large opposition to the plan from key players such as the Steerco.

    Best Regards,
    Scott

  3. Hi Michael,

    Thanks for this podcast. It answers most of the questions that I had asked on the podcasts for week 2.

    Marut

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