Board and Management Working Together

Boards’ lights, camera, action moment is here

I’m sure even the best of us have had moments where we’ve become a little staid and comfortable with accepted processes, a little fixed in our ways and supportive of the status quo.

In our world of governance, when boards reach the point where they lose the ability to see that things could be done differently, it’s time to resume the continuum that has defined the subject since it first came into vogue in the 1970s.

Initially, governance wasn’t taken seriously. When it subsequently morphed into a field of learning, people became interested in what good boards did. And, until recently, we’ve seen a strong divide between the role of the board and management enter the landscape.
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