Date: 22/08/2019 | Corporate & Commercial, Business & Professional Services
Ensuring a board is well equipped to provide leadership and make good decisions is not easy. It takes time to assess, review, develop and refresh a board, time that some may feel is better spent on other things. Meetings spent focusing on firefighting specific issues are a tell-tale sign that the board is not working as it should and there are other red flags that trouble lies ahead. Do any of these apply to your organisation?
A dysfunctional board makes life harder for those sitting around the table and can be devastating for the profitability and development of any business. Addressing the issues can be difficult but a failure to do so can lead to even greater challenges.
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