The CME Governance Principles promotes good governance in the CME sector.
The BCCM has published edition 1.2 of the Co-operative and Mutual Enterprise (CME) Governance Principles, incorporating recommendations, guidance and commentary for effective member-focussed governance. Edition 1.2 comments on new trends and issues for CMEs that have emerged since edition 1.1.
Edition 1.1 of the CME Governance Principles was published in July 2018 following an 18-month development and consultation process in partnership with the CME 100 Chairs’ Forum, members and governance experts.
The BCCM has developed courses and offers advisory services to help co-ops and mutuals improve their governance. With our education partner Australian Institute of Company Directors, the BCCM offers the three-day Foundations of Directorship for CMEs course – the only one of its kind in Australia. Discover more on our education page.