Centre Public Governance
The GUBERNA Centre for Public governance promotes good governance in the public sector, which is a greater challenge today than ever before in our society.
With a strong belief that creating awareness and promoting public governance is a ‘must’, the GUBERNA Centre for Public Governance encourages an open debate about public governance by carrying out academic and field research and by organising expert groups, round tables and events. We are able to do this thanks to the support of our partner Deloitte.
What we offer you
The Centre for Public Governance at GUBERNA has developed extensive expertise in public governance. As a result, we have become known as a frame of reference and as a high-quality partner for topics related to public governance. For example, we regularly evaluate the board of directors of public organisations, provide tailor-made trainings as well as complete projects in response to specific requests.
Evaluation of the board Tailor-made trainings Specific requests
Our objectives for 2022
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Do you have suggestions, projects or questions about governance in your public organisation? We would like to help you further.
The subjects are varied and built on the classic governance tripod, the exchange between the board of directors, shareholders and management. The most important challenges are:
The role of the board of directors in public organisations (model charter for the board of directors in public organisations (2017))
A practical tool about the independent directors in public organisations (2019):
The composition and functioning of the board of directors, taking the specifics of the political context into account (research concerning the governance practices of the Flemish, Walloon and Brussels organisations that are active in the public sector) (2015-2016):
The strategy of the government as a shareholder and their relationship to the board of directors, management and other stakeholders (research reports about the role of the Belgian State as a shareholder and this in comparison to the OESO-recommendations and the best practices in other countries), and drafting a memorandum to the political parties about the State as shareholder. (Official publication on March 20th 2014)