Co-Steering your organisation.

Measuring organisational governance using human data.

Propriety technology.

Our propriety technology produces quantitative data providing strategic insights to demonstrate and monitor where you are on your governance journey.​ Multiple indicators emerge from our assessment tool and these can be used to implement an intelligent strategy to enhance your organisation's governance.​ Constructed using scientific methodology, which considers behavioural science, evolutionary psychology, neurophysiology, and governance research.

Measuring governance.

Using evidence-based practice, interdisciplinary research methods, and governance expertise, we support you in enhancing understanding of your organisation’s governance and its impact on performance.

 

We measure the three foundational and interconnected elements of governance:

• Culture

• Decision Making

• Decision Implementation

Code alignment.

As well as the internal importance of good governance and how it can impact the culture and performance of an organisation, for listed and regulated firms, adherence to relevant codes is a key outcome, specifically compliance with particular rules and regulations. Our indicators correlate to different aspects of various global corporate governance codes allowing companies to assess their alignment.

Performance Impact.

Our assessment tool allows you, over time, to understand the impact of governance on your business and how improvements in these areas could directly enhance your financial performance. Furthermore, we enable you to undertake an anonymised comparison to peers in your sector, jurisdiction and country.

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CoSteer lets everyone know which way to fly.
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The whole ethos of Bright Beginnings is of working together, as staff, as volunteers, as a Board, to support and build trusting relationships with the families we serve. We recognise that for our organisation to flourish, truly working together is crucial and through the Murmuration™ platform we have been able to see where we are doing well and where changes are needed and thus set goals which we can regularly reassess and modify.

Rachel Copeland   |  Director of Bright Beginnings