Introduction Effective risk management provides an early warning system for organisations in an uncertain environment. There are many benefits of effective risk management,…
Introduction For societies registered under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014. Every society must have a secretary who is the main person responsible in…
To ensure transparency and enable member scrutiny we publish summaries from our board's most recent discussions and decisions.
What's in a name? There are legal requirements for choosing and using the name of your co-operative. Read our in depth guides.
So it's your first day at a co-op and there's so much to learn. But what even is a co-op?
Co-operatives UK's board is made up of representatives from our members.
This is a more in-depth guide into preparing and staging a successful AGM.
Used alongside the Corporate Governance Code, these appendices are designed to enable co-ops to develop their governance practices by adopting policies and processes.
This code is a tool to help chart what good practice can look like. It focuses on best practice around democracy and quality of leadership that emerges through good governance.
A board must be made up of directors with the right mix of expertise, experience and perspectives to ensure it does not become homogenous. This short guide runs through the process…
If your co-op has the Co-operatives UK Contact Package, you'll need to read our Fair Usage Policy
A comprehensive toolkit of finance resources for co‑ops.
The From Conflict to Co-operation series aims to help co-operatives not only to deal with conflict when it arises but also to avoid unnecessary conflict.
Read updates on key decisions made at Co-operatives UK Board meetings.
Co-operative housing organisations have different governance arrangements; some are governed by all the members through general meetings; some have management committees or boards…
Co‑operative values and principles are the very bedrock upon which co‑operative organisations are built – so our key performance indicators (KPIs) have to be co‑operative.