Case Study

Governance at WWF: From conservation to evolution

11 pages
December 2006
Reference: IMD-3-1720

The WWF global network has gone through a major re-structuring of their decision-making structure, involving all parts of the organization – except the board. What changes are – if they are – necessary for the board structure.

Learning Objective

Corporate governance for NGOs is just as important as for business enterprises. But the structure and the goals of an NGO are very different from those of a business enterprise, including responsabilities for different stakeholder, difficult evalutation of performance indicators and therefore issues with transparency, different ownership-structure with clear implications for the board etc.

Keywords
Corporate Governance, Non-Governmental Organization, Board, Restructuring
Settings
Global, Switzerland
2006
Type
Field Research
Copyright
© 2006
Available Languages
English
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