A Carver Policy Governance Guide. The Policy Governance Model and the Role of the Board Member. Revised and Updated. J–B Carver Board Governance Series

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The Carver Policy Governance Guide series includes six booklets that offer board members a description of John Carver′s Policy Governance model of board leadership. Policy Governance enables a board to fulfill its accountability to its organization′s "owners," whether the owners are association members, city residents, company shareholders, or a community of interest. Policy Governance addresses the board′s engagement in financial, programmatic, and personnel matters; roles of officers and committees; reporting and evaluation; agendas; and other aspects of the board job.

The Policy Governance Model and the Role of the Board Member sets out a clear vision for excellence in board leadership. It gives board members an understanding of the concepts and principles that are at the very heart of John Carver′s innovative Policy Governance model. This guide details members′ main tasks and presents the guidelines needed to transform a board into an effective group that consistently leads powerfully.

The Policy Governance model is based on the functions rather than the structure of a governing board. It outlines commonsense principles about governing that fit together into an entire system. The practices of the Policy Governance board, which are consistent with the principles, allow it to control without meddling, focus on long–term organizational outputs, powerfully delegate to a CEO and staff, and discharge its fiduciary responsibility in a visionary, strategic manner. Because the model is a total system, the Carver Policy Governance Guide series offers boards a complete set of principles for fulfilling their various obligations.

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Foreword, K. A. ALSHIBLI, A. H. REED xv

Keynote Paper: Sand Deformation at the Grain Scale Quantified Through X–ray Imaging 1G. VIGGIANI, P. BÉSUELLE, S. A. HALL, J. DESRUES

Quantitative Description of Grain Contacts in a Locked Sand 17J. FONSECA, C. O SULLIVAN, M. R. COOP

3D Characterization of Particle Interaction Using Synchrotron Microtomography 26K. A. ALSHIBLI, A. HASAN

Characterization of the Evolving Grain–Scale Structure in a Sand Deforming under Triaxial Compression

Visualization of Strain Localization and Microstructures in Soils during Deformation Using Microfocus X–ray CT 43Y. HIGO, F. OKA, S. KIMOTO, T. SANAGAWA, M. SAWADA, T. SATO, Y. MATSUSHIMA

Determination of 3D Displacement Fields between X–ray Computed Tomography Images Using 3D Cross–Correlation 52M. RAZAVI, B. MUHUNTHAN

Characterization of Shear and Compaction Bands in Sandstone Using X–ray Tomography and 3D Digital Image Correlation 59E. M. CHARALAMPIDOU, S.A. HALL, S. STANCHITS, G. VIGGIANI, H. LEWIS

Deformation Characteristics of Tire Chips–Sand Mixture in Triaxial Compression Test by Using X–ray CT Scanning 67Y. KIKUCHI, T. HIDAKA, T. SATO, H. HAZARIKA

Strain Field Measurements in Sand under Triaxial Compression Using X–ray CT Data and Digital Image Correlation 76Y. WATANABE, N. LENOIR, S. A. HALL, J. OTANI

Latest Developments in 3D Analysis of Geomaterials by Morpho+ 84V. CNUDDE, J. VLASSENBROECK, Y. DE WITTE, L. BRABANT, M. N. BOONE, J. DEWANCKELE, L. VAN HOOREBEKE, P. JACOBS

Quantifying Particle Shape in 3D 93E. J. GARBOCZI

3D Aggregate Evaluation Using Laser and X–ray Scanning 101L. WANG, C. DRUTA, Y. ZHOU, C. HARRIS

Computation of Aggregate Contact Points, Orientation and Segregation in Asphalt Specimens Using their X–ray CT Images 108M. KUTAY

Integration of 3D Imaging and Discrete Element Modeling for Concrete Fracture Problems 117E. N. LANDIS, J. E. BOLANDER

Application of Microfocus X–ray CT to Investigate the Frost–induced Damage Process in Cement–based Materials 124M. A. B. PROMENTILLA, T. SUGIYAMA

Evaluation of the Efficiency of Self–healing in Concrete by Means of –CT 132K. VAN TITTELBOOM, D. VAN LOO, N. DE BELIE, P. JACOBS

Quantification of Material Constitution in Concrete by X–ray CT Method 140T. TEMMYO, Y. OBARA

Sealing Behavior of Fracture in Cementitious Material with Micro–Focus X–ray CT 148D. FUKUDA, Y. NARA, D. MORI, K. KANEKO

Extraction of Effective Cement Paste Diffusivities from X–ray Microtomography Scans 156K. KRABBENHOFT, M. R. KARIM

Contributions of X–ray CT to the Characterization of Natural Building Stones and their Disintegration 164J. DEWANCKELE, D. VAN LOO, J. VLASSENBROECK, M. N. BOONE, V. CNUDDE, M. A. BOONE, T. DE KOCK, L. VAN HOOREBEKE, P. JACOBS

Characterization of Porous Media in Agent Transport Simulation 172L.B. HU, C. SAVIDGE, D. RIZZO, N. HAYDEN, M. DEWOOLKAR, L. MEADOR, J. W. HAGADORN

Two Less–Used Applications of Petrophysical CT–Scanning 180R. P. KEHL, S. SIDDIQUI

Trends in CT–Scanning of Reservoir Rocks 189S. SIDDIQUI, M. R. H. SARKER

3D Microanalysis of Geological Samples with High–Resolution Computed Tomography 197G. ZACHER, J. SANTILLAN, O. BRUNKE, T. MAYER

Combination of Laboratory Micro–CT and Micro–XRF on Geological Objects 205M. N. BOONE, J. DEWANCKELE, V. CNUDDE, G. SILVERSMIT, L. VAN HOOREBEKE, L. VINCZE, P. JACOBS

Quantification of Physical Properties of the Transitional Phenomena in Rock from X–ray CT Image Data 213A. SATO, K. TANAKA, T. SHIOTE, K. SASA

Deformation in Fractured Argillaceous Rock under Seepage Flow Using X–ray CT and Digital Image Correlation 222D. TAKANO, P. BÉSUELLE, J. DESRUES, S. A. HALL

Experimental Investigation of Rate Effects on Two–Phase Flow through Fractured Rocks Using X–ray Computed Tomography 230C. H. LEE, Z. T. KARPYN

Keynote Paper: Micro–Petrophysical Experiments Via Tomography and Simulation 238M. KUMAR, E. LEBEDEVA, Y. MELEAN, M. MADADI, A. P. SHEPPARD, T. K. VARSLOT, A. M. KINGSTON, S. J. LATHAM, R. M. SOK, A. SAKELLARIOU, C. H. ARNS, T. J. SENDEN, M. A. KNACKSTEDT

Segmentation of Low–contrast Three–phase X–ray Computed Tomography Images of Porous Media 254P. BHATTAD, C. S. WILLSON, K. E. THOMPSON

X–ray Imaging of Fluid Flow in Capillary Imbibition Experiments 262C. DAVID, L. LOUIS, B. MENÉNDEZ, A. PONS, J. FORTIN, S. STANCHITS, J. M. MENGUS

Evaluating the Influence of Wall–Roughness on Fracture Transmissivity with CT Scanning and Flow Simulations 270D. CRANDALL, G. BROMHAL, D. MCINTYRE

In Situ Permeability Measurements inside Compaction Bands Using X–ray CT and Lattice Boltzmann Calculations 279N. LENOIR, J. E. ANDRADE, W. C. SUN, J. W. RUDNICKI

Evaluation of Porosity in Geomaterials Treated with Biogrout Considering Partial Volume Effect 287Y. KOBAYASHI, S. KAWASAKI, M. KATO, T. MUKUNOKI, K. KANEKO

Image–Based Pore–Scale Modeling Using the Finite Element Method 295N. LANE, K. E. THOMPSON

Numerical Modeling of Complex Porous Media for Borehole Applications 304S. RYU, W. ZHAO, G. LEU, P. M. SINGER, H. J. CHO, Y. KEEHM

Characterization of Soil Erosion due to Infiltration into Capping Layers in Landfill 312T. MUKUNOKI, Y. KARASAKI, N. TANIGUCHI

On Pore Space Partitioning in Relation to Network Model Building for Fluid Flow Computation in Porous Media 320E. PLOUGONVEN, D. BERNARD, N. COMBARET

3D and Geometric Information of the Pore Structure in Pressurized Clastic Sandstone 328M. TAKAHASHI, M. KATO, A. CHANGWAN, Y. URUSHIMATSU, Y. MICHIGUCHI, H. PARK

Evaluation of Pressure–dependent Permeability in Rock by Means of the Tracer–aided X–ray CT 336D. FUKAHORI, K. SUGAWARA

Assessment of Time–Space Evolutions of Intertidal Flat Geo–Environments Using an Industrial X–ray CT Scanner 343F. YAMADA, A. TAMAKI, Y. OBARA

Keynote Paper: Neutron Imaging Methods in Geoscience 352A. KAESTNER, P. VONTOBEL, E. LEHMANN

Progress Towards Neutron Tomography at the US Spallation Neutron Source 366L. G. BUTLER

Synchrotron X–ray Micro–Tomography and Geological CO2 Sequestration 374P. S. NICO, J. B. AJO–FRANKLIN, S. M. BENSON, A. MCDOWELL, D. B. SILIN, L. TOMUTSA, Y. WU

Residual CO2 Saturation Distributions in Rock Samples Measured by X–ray CT 381H. OKABE, Y. TSUCHIYA, C. H. PENTLAND, S. IGLAUER, M. J. BLUNT

X–ray CT Imaging of Coal for Geologic Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide 389D. H. SMITH, S. A. JIKICH

Comparison of X–ray CT and Discrete Element Method in the Evaluation Tunnel Face Failure 397B. CHEVALIER, D. TAKANO, J. OTANI

Plugging Mechanism of Open–Ended Piles 406Y. KIKUCHI, T. SATO, T. MIZUTANI, Y. MORIKAWA

Development of a Bending Test Apparatus for Quasi–dynamical Evaluation of a Clayey Soil Using X–ray CT Image Analysis 414T. NAKANO, T. MUKUNOKI, J. OTANI, J. P. GOURC

Author Index 423

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John Carver is internationally known as the creator of the breakthrough in board leadership called the Policy Governance model and is the best–selling author ofBoards ThatMake a Difference (1990, 1997, 2006). He is co–editor (with his wife, Miriam Carver) of the bimonthly periodicalBoard Leadership, author of over 180 articles published in nine countries, and author or co–author of six books. For over thirty years, he has worked internationally with governing boards, his principal practice being in the United States and Canada. Dr. Carver is an editorial review board member ofCorporate Governance: An International Review, adjunct professor in the University of Georgia Institute for Nonprofit Organizations, and formerly adjunct professor in York University s Schulich School of Business.

Miriam Carver is a Policy Governance author and consultant. She has authored or co–authored over forty articles on the Policy Governance model and co–authored three books, including Reinventing Your Board and The Board Member s Playbook. She has worked with the boards of nonprofit, corporate, governmental, and cooperative organizations on four continents. Ms. Carver is the co–editor of the bimonthly periodical Board Leadership and, with John Carver, trains consultants in the theory and implementation of Policy Governance in the Policy Governance Academy.

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