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Board traps you can't afford to fall into

The Board of Directors is the beating heart of a company. A good Board should consist of business experts – each a valued member of their field and each with essential insight to give.

The company’s ability to put together an agile, expertise-driven board will make the difference between its success or failure.

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Comments (1)

  • James
    James
    Fri, 8 Mar 2019 10:57am GMT
    Great article on Board effectiveness, however, it misses one key feature of effective boards - the role of personality and strengths and how similar or complementary they are. Effective boards are made up of people with a broad range of strengths, skills and capabilities aligned with the goals they need to achieve. Members are aware of each others’ strengths and work hard to understand and complement each other. They are also aware of performance risk areas, including weaker areas and strengths that can be overplayed or used in excess, and support one another to mitigate and guard against these risks.