The Executive Board is the governing body of LEADing Practice which retains ultimate responsibility for overseeing and deciding on the activities. The Executive Board is led by:
We meet with boards of directors, committees and executives to share our insights into significant business challenges and developments and continue raising the bar on setting the agenda for international standards. Helping directors comply with evolving expectations and regulations.
We share our knowledge and experiences with organizations and universities freely, publish thought leadership and provide industry leaders with insight on current issues and trends.
Board of Directors
The purpose of the Board of Directors (BOD) is to exert its influence to ensure that the practitioners user requirements are given due consideration in improvements, innovations, and new functionalities of LEADing Practice. The BOD is instrumental in planning, organizing, and executing the annual conference. The BOD creates a global platform to steer regular discussions of LEADing Practice-related topics.
Today, well over 1200 people are registered for these tasks, industry and sub-industry groups. These groups address the various Enterprise Standards and Industry Standards. Thereby underlining the wide-ranging competencies of BOD members. Translating how past experiences has worked and how to shape and mold them into new, cutting-edge ideas through thought-leadership with the purpose of becoming international standards for the future and how to apply it. Members may participate in and consult the progress reports of all working groups which encourages a comprehensive exchange of information in which participants can look beyond the frontiers of their own specialities, become informed about the latest initiatives and developments and exchange initial experiences with other users and companies.
The Board of Directors consists of:
Advisory Board of Directors
Quality Assurance Team
As a community-driven open source standards concept, we are using a fully integrated continuous improvement approach. Hence, both the practitioner community and the development partners take an active part in the feedback loop to improve, suggest, adding artifacts and contribute to shape new ways of linking different industry requirements as well as how to model them more efficiently.
Even though large vendors have implemented or are applying our concepts, the developments are client-driven and vendor neutral.
Originating from years of both university research and hands-on implementation experiences with leading companies and government organizations around the world. The community members apply the standards and are actively participating in the feedback loop and propose new enhancements.
All new standards are sent to the Quality Assurance team, consisting of the following members: