Practical Perspectives on Governance - Board Evaluation - Brent Wheeler

Few of us like exams, or tests, and calling these exercises “evaluations” doesn’t help ease the discomfort. Unsurprisingly Boards tend to bristle too when called upon – not infrequently by persons other than their own shareholders – to undertake “A Board Evaluation.” Board reaction can be defensive as the process is frequently perceived as being one of inferred criticism, which commences on the assumption that the Board is under performing and not necessarily doing the right things.

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