“A board will not raise its game unless it commits to a regular and systematic review of its people and processes.
Achieving higher board effectiveness goes well beyond adhering to rules, regulations, legal and ethical compliance. While there are many experts who address the regulatory requirements, an aspect that requires the utmost attention, and is often underestimated and even ignored, is the human element.”
This is where I began “Achieving Higher Board Effectiveness,” one of two articles that I am proud to have written for the Summer 2016 issue of Ethical Boardroom.
To my delight, my other article, “Rebuilding Trust in Big Business,” was selected for the issue’s cover. Inspired by Britain’s new Prime Minister, Theresa May, calling for corporate Britain to embrace a new vision, I wrote this piece expanding on my interpretation of May’s position as “a clear request to summon healthy governance and healthy leadership to build, to sustain and to grow healthier organizations.”
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