It may not have escaped your notice that governance and culture feature heavily in the Thinking Ahead Institute’s growing body of research.
Why? Because the infinite variables controlling investment outcomes defy attempts to create templates or formulaic investing processes.
In our latest paper we suggest that adapting to crisis conditions is essential for investment committees and that current pressurised circumstances make change attractive right now.
Best-practice IC governance building blocks
So how do ICs increase their effectiveness and collective intelligence? We suggest through a combination of: accuracy of discussions; quality of decisions; achievement of organisational goals; and adherence to political requirements. And we believe the best way to achieve these outcomes is by combining and applying these ten best-practice building blocks.