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First and foremost: pick the right CEO.
Second: oversight and strategy.
Third: monitor operations. Fourth: audit controls.
And fifth: strong governance.
The reality is that too many boards are not addressing the governance and business issues they should be looking at and end up being little more than toothless tigers with directors more willing to cozy up to one another than encourage debate. In place of raised voices, there is the quiet hum of a box-ticking machine
- Foundation of the board’s ability to perform….
- People: the need to continually review top talent and engage in succession planning
- Vision: the importance of having a clear vision and strategy that is both shared and understood
- Leadership: the need to promote team dynamics through the leadership of the board and
- Innovation: the capability of maximizing the capacity of the board to consider and adapt to risk and innovation.
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