7 Practices of Exceptional Boards

For a corporate board to be effective, it must first be focused on the right things. Specifically, board members must actively and productively participate in the work of governing. This is absolutely vital in today’s competitive economy, which is full of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. Within this setting, boards have a harder job than ever before. When director performance expectations are higher and the most desirable board candidates are the least available, exceptional director performance is crucial.

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