If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got. – Henry Ford
The serious or complex problems we face cannot be solved by the same consciousness that created them. – Albert Einstein
We are sorry that you live in a time of rapid and non-linear change. This makes effective corporate governance practices difficult. Customer, technology strategy, business model, and talent risk, especially skilled incompetence, endanger organization’s existence. Fearless Revival’s founder has worked in organizations that redefined and reduced enterprise risk and created improved and effective corporate governance practices. Those organizations utilized business model transformation and organizational change, non-linear assessment, proprietary enterprise decision-making and international workforce diversity. These techniques lead to improved corporate governance and good firm performance. A corporate culture focused on the customer and stakeholders becomes reality when effective corporate governance practices and examples exist.
Fearless Revival believes that excellent corporate governance should act on the following core responsibilities first and foremost: