Operating an effective board
May 2016 | SPECIAL REPORT: OPERATING AN EFFECTIVE BOARD
Financier Worldwide Magazine
In an ideal world, every organisation would have an effective board leading the way – especially in view of a business environment that has metamorphosed into its current form, in which dealing with intensive, increasing scrutiny is now the norm for an organisation’s upper echelons. Of course, there are no hard and fast rules as to what constitutes an effective board. However, a clear role and focus, a culture of trust and respect, a balanced board team and an effective chairman would seem to be prerequisites for success. Ultimately, in today’s more vocal and less forgiving business environment, the need to have an effective board guiding the way is a key component for success.
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Finance & Gouvernance
Frank C. Bucaro & Associates
Granahan McCourt Capital
Kraft Heinz Company
Marval O’Farrell & Mairal
Third Creek Advisors, LLC