Digital governance guidance now available
SFHA guidance looking at digital governance is now available to all SFHA members. This is the next piece in SFHA's Get Governance series and we commissioned Linda Ewart to develop the document on our behalf.
Please note that this guidance does not look at the technological side of digital governance, but instead focuses on ensuring governance remains effective even when meetings etc are not in the same room. This piece of work brings together and updates a lot of the guidance SFHA produced during Covid in this area.
Digital governance is now well-established in many RSLs. After moving swiftly to introduce the technology needed to support remote communication during the pandemic, many RSLs have developed what started as an emergency response into their routine way of working. For many, this extends to all aspects of their business operations, resulting in significant, ongoing change to the way in which tenants access services, how staff carry out their duties and how governing bodies operate.