What is governance maturity?

Governance maturity refers to how well your governance arrangements are helping you achieve your objectives. Understanding the strengths and gaps in your governance maturity means you can identify areas for improvement, enhance risk management, meet compliance requirements, drive performance, and foster stakeholder confidence in your integrity, advice and decision-making.

Assess your governance maturity for FREE!

The Grosvenor governance self-assessment tool is a simple, questionnaire-based assessment that will take you 10-15 minutes to complete. You will be asked to give particular elements of your governance arrangements a rating on a maturity scale for each of the elements of the Grosvenor Better Practice Governance Model.

Your answers will generate a free, personalised report and heat map identifying the priorities for addressing governance maturity gaps.

Our services include:

  • Independent governance and assurance reviews
  • Governance frameworks and artefacts development
  • Establishment and operation of Boards and Committees
  • Legislative conformance assessments and reviews
  • Governance capability frameworks and training
  • Chair and secretariat services
  • Data governance frameworks and assessments
  • Program governance arrangements and reviews
  • Strategic risk management

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Our Experts

Charitee Davies FGIA

Associate Director

Masters Strategic Psychotherapy and Clinical Hypnotherapy Grad. Dip. Auditor/Lead Auditor (Performance, Quality, Environment, Safety, Risk, HACCP), Diploma Quality Management, Cert IV Risk Management, Cert IV Environmental Management, Cert IV Training & Workplace Assessment

Charitee brings 25 years of experience leading major reforms and transformations within the public sector, and an extensive background in complex consulting assignments across government and large enterprises.


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Good governance and strong risk management: Needed more than ever

There have been a number of governance failings in Australian government organisations recently. These were different cases but both ultimately with the same outcome – the fraud of taxpayers and loss of community faith in those organisations.