TAGS™ primary aim is to assist your board to understand and improve the way they govern.
TAGS™ is Australia’s most comprehensive and practical governance system which provides boards and chief executive officers with:
- Governance Principles
- Governance Policies and Procedures
- Key Performance Indicators
- Tools and Templates
- Articles and Models
TAGS™ is implemented via a facilitated community governance workshop, the only way to turn governance theory into practice. TAGS™ assists your board to govern and improves the way your board delivers on its governance roles and responsibilities.
TAGS™ also addresses all governance requirements of:
- All industry/sector standards and quality systems, eg: State or Commonwealth government disability standards, aged care standards, palliative care standards, training standards, employment standards, community care standards, sport and recreation standards, education standards, community health and health standards, accommodation and housing standards etc.
- ISO, ABEF, AQTF, QICSA, IMF, AS/NZ:4801 and similar quality frameworks.
TAGS™ exceeds all governance requirements for tenders or Request for Tenders (RFTs).
What are the Key Benefits of TAGS™?
- Improves the way your board governs.
- Can be fully customised by your board or governance committee.
- Practical, easy to use governance documents, resources and tools.
- Supports your organisation’s compliance with quality systems, standards, legislation, contracts, accreditation, registration, certification or quality assurance.
- Supports governance requirements for Tenders or Request For Tender (RFTs).
- Can be housed in your organisation’s Quality Management System, QMS.
- New governance documents, resources and tools continuously developed and forwarded to you for inclusion in your board’s governance system.
- Has supported many organisations to win Regional, State and National Business Excellence and/or governance awards.
For more information on TAGS™ download our information pack. Contact the team at ASSPL for further information or discuss your board’s requirements.