Evaluating Boards: A policy agenda in need of perspective

The Conference Board, Inc., 20 pages, July 15, 2019
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The discussion raised in literature on board evaluations poses the question as to whether any one formula can satisfy the demands for board development.

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When evaluation is intended as a tool for internal improvement, rather than for public consumption, it is important to consider the individual’s strengths, the collective abilities of the board, and how board processes and input contribute to the outcomes. This publication provides a review of literature about frameworks for corporate board evaluations.

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