What is DLMA analysis?

Tunjic, Peter
October 2015
Governance Newsletter;Oct2015, Issue 256, p8
The article discusses DLMA analysis as a new way of analysing how well a company manages what are deemed potentially contradictory elements of assurance and management with directorship and leadership. It points out that DLMA analysis, which uses a quadrant-based matrix to categorize board and executive roles, provides a simple, structured and effective way to show business leaders where they stand. It explains how to use DLMA analysis by considering each quadrant and a set of questions.


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