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Documenting Minutes: What’s the Biggest Mistake Boards Make?

Too often, board minutes are regarded as a routine and even inconsequential part of the board’s proceedings. To that we say: Board members beware. With data breaches and other reputational crises on the rise, board minutes are reaffirming their important role …

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5 Elements of a Successful Board Evaluation

5 Elements of a Successful Board Evaluation This is Part 3 in our blog series on Board Evaluations. In the previous post, we discussed the barriers that boards often face when conducting board evaluations. Self assessment can be an uncomfortable …

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What Are the Barriers to Effective Board Evaluations Today?

What Are the Barriers to Effective Board Evaluations Today? This is Part 2 in our blog series on Board Evaluations. In the intro of this blog series, we discussed the importance of the evaluation process in today’s boardrooms. Yet, we …

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Back to Basics: Why the Board Evaluation is a Critical Building Block

This is Part 1 in our blog series on Board Evaluations. You’ve just boarded a routine plane flight from New York to San Francisco. The airline staff and boarding process appear to be operating as usual, so you settle into …

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CAQ Survey Insights: Investor Confidence in Board Members Still Lags

The CAQ’s annual survey gauges investor confidence in U.S. markets. What insights can we draw for corporate directors? Last week, the Center for Audit Qualityreleased the report associated with its10th Annual Main Street Investors Survey. Over the last decade, the …

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Women in the Boardroom: Why Hasn’t the U.S. Made More Progress?

Why hasn’t more progress been made? We cover themes and insights presented at the SAIS Global Conference for Women in the Boardroom. “The U.S. has more qualified female board members than any other country bar none. Yet, we still lag …

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