So, yes, 2020 was humbling, but your board grew as a result. Now, you have a choice to make. Do you stop where you are, nearer to the goal of governance maturity but not quite there... or do you keep that momentum going?
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It is difficult to process lessons from a crisis when that crisis is still going on. But enough time has passed and enough has changed since schools and organizations responded to COVID-19 to allow their leaders to consider how key steps taken early can reduce the impact of a crisis.
This year’s shift to online meetings has led to one interesting and unexpected outcome: the opportunity to involve underrepresented audiences. By removing the requirement for participants—particularly those with mobility-related conditions—to attend meetings in person, the doors have metaphorically opened for all.
Leveraging an internal audit questionnaire, district leaders consider the feedback of auditors to make substantial changes to processes.
Internal auditing is a process that can provide substantial improvements to the school district to aid in accomplishing objectives and goals.